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Jun 14, 2018 , 12:44:56 IST
After a long gap, the Madras high court is all set to give its judgment on the 18 MLAs disqualification case on Thursday. Coincidentally, the assembly session will be adjourned on the same day and the House will convene on June 25, as per the schedule, to take up demands for grants for various departments after the budget was presented.
11:40 AM (IST)
We are cent per cent confident of getting a favourable order
11:39 AM (IST)
Disqualified MLAs Thanga Tamilselvan and TA Elumalai (Poonamallee) visited TTV at his residence
11:32 AM (IST)
N G Parthiban (Sholingur), Jayanthi Padmanaban (Gudiyattam) and Balasubramaniyan (AMBUR) are at TTV’s residence
10:19 AM (IST)
Disqualified MLAs, P Palaniappan (Pappireddipatti constituency), R Murugan (Harur) and M Kothandapani (Tiruporur) reach TTV Dhinakaran’s residence in Adyar.
08:53 AM (IST)
In the event of a confidence or no-confidence motion for/against the Edappadi K Palaniswami government, two votes will attract all eyes. One is that of DMK president M Karunanidhi and the other is the speaker P Dhanapal.
08:52 AM (IST)
Last week, when the police booked cases against a television channel, a Tamil magazine and a news aggregator, those in political circles were surprised as it came amid efforts of the Edappadi K Palaniswami government to calm tempers following the Tuticorin firings.
08:33 AM (IST)
A majority of rebels appear to be keen on just driving a hard bargain with chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami. The Centre, too, doesn’t appear to be keen on destabilising the government.
08:10 AM (IST)
The Edappadi Palaniswami government may have many enemies but few want an election thrust on them, barely two years after the 2016 assembly poll. While all sections are eagerly awaiting the outcome of the 18 MLAs disqualification case, few are in the mood to participate in what may be yet another brutal poll battle within such a short time.
07:59 AM (IST)
The Madras high court will pronounce the verdict in the 18 legislators’ disqualification case on Thursday, ending almost five months of wait after the judgment was reserved. The first bench of Chief Justice Indira Banerjee and Justice M Sundar is likely to give the judgment around 1pm.