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Will the grip tighten on AIADMK Ex-ministers?

Will the grip tighten on AIADMK Ex-ministers?

When the DMK was in opposition, it leveled numerous allegations of corruption against the then ruling AIADMK. In this regard, even going to the governor in person to complain was useless. Subsequently, during the assembly election campaigns.M.K.Stalin hinted that action will be taken against corrupt AIADMK ministers.\
Accordingly, since the DMK assumed power, there have been successive raids on AIADMK ex-ministers. Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Department raids were conducted at the premises owned by former ministers MR Vijayabaskar, SP Velumani, KC Veeramani, C Vijayabaskar, Thangamani and Kamaraj. Rajendra Balaji was arrested for fraud by claiming to get government jobs. The Kodanadu case has been dusted off and a check has also been placed on Edappadi K Palaniswami.
The Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Department  has raided the places belonging to the ministers caught in the anti-bribery raid and seized money, gold, silver and diamond jewelry worth crores. Cases have also been registered in this regard. However, these experiments were only experiments. No arrests were made.
Senthil Balaji has restored the party's influence in Kongu region where the DMK was weak. BJP's plan may be to create a negative image of him as the Lok Sabha elections are approaching. He has been arrested in this context. The AIADMK celebrated this more than the BJP.
In this situation, it has been reported that charge sheets have been ordered to be filed in pending cases against AIADMK ex-ministers. The sources said that the Director of Anti-Corruption has been instructed to file a chargesheet in the pending cases against former ministers M.R Vijayabaskar, Thangamani, C Vijayabaskar, SP Velumani, K Siveeramani and others.
Therefore, DMK leadership can try to find answers by filing a charge sheet on the pending cases against AIADMK members and giving them a check, saying that it will help the parliamentary election campaign.
Will the M.K.Stalin-led government tighten its grip on AIADMK ministers including Edappadi K. Palaniswami?