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Arumugasamy / Aruna Jagadeesan  commission reports to be disscussed in Assembly : stalin

Arumugasamy / Aruna Jagadeesan commission reports to be disscussed in Assembly : stalin

The state government would be discussing the reports of both retired Judge Arumugasamy commission formed to probe the death of former chief minister J Jayalalithaa and the one-member commission headed by Justice Aruna Jagadeesan to probe into the anti-sterlite protest and the police firing claiming 14 lives in Thoothukudi, in the state assembly before taking further action on it, said the Chief Minister MK stalin.

The Chief Minister was in Coimbatore to attend the family function of former minister Pongallur Palaniswami. Speaking to cadres after attending the function, Stalin said, “People who have been submitting petitions to higher-ups in distress, were always filled with hope when they hand over their petitions directly to me. The hope is nothing but the success of the Dravidian model government.”“Before the state assembly election, I visited each and every district as a part of the ‘Ungal Thoguthiyil Stalin’ rally and collected grievance petitions from the public.

Then, I assured the public that all their grievances would be resolved within the first 100 days of the government. After the government was formed, I created a separate department to handle the petitions and an IAS officer was appointed to monitor it. Now, the DMK government has resolved the grievances of about 70% of the petitioners,” he said. Proclaiming that DMK government does not do politics, he said, even now, we have asked the MLAs of all the 234 constituencies to submit a list of ten unfulfilled demands and necessary steps would be taken to fulfil those demands even in the constituency of former chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami.

“This is how the Dravidian model government has been functioning and will function,” he added. Remembering the incidents that took place in the state following the demise of former chief minister J Jayalalithaa, he said that the then AIADMK government had formed the Arumugasamy commission to probe into her death for the namesake. “But, now, the commission head has submitted the inquiry report directly to me a few days ago and there are a lot of disparities in the report which I cannot speak about now.We will discuss it in the assembly session and then discuss the next course of action,” he said. 

Similarly, Justice Aruna Jagadeesan has submitted the inquiry report of the anti-sterlite protest and subsequent police firing about a month ago and it would also be discussed in the assembly, he added. “The DMK government has been fulfilling all the promises that have been made in the assembly,” he said. Ministers Ponmudi, Eva Velu, Senthil Balaji, Gandhi, Naser, Saminathan, Ramachandran and Kayalvizhi Selvaraj, MPs Anthiyur Selvaraj and Kalanidhi Maran, former minister M Kannapan, Coimbatore corporation mayor Kalpana Anandkumar, MLAs Sevaraj and Kongu Eswaran, DGP Sylendra Babu, Coimbatore district collector GS Sameeran and others attended the function.