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The Madras High Court today directed the Tamil Nadu Assembly Secretary to produce the video recording of the entire House proceedings.
DMK working president MK Stalin yesterday staged hunger strike with his party workers against state Chief Minister Edapaddi K. Palanisamy's trust vote.
Unlike the previous protests, Wednesday’s event saw the organisers earmarking a couple of boxes exclusively for students and youth.
Two separate pleas were filed by the DMK and advocate K. Balu, representing Advocates' Forum for Social Justice, asking the High Court to declare the trust vote as illegal.
Counsel for DMK, R Shanmugasundaram, a former Rajya Sabha member, also sought an urgent hearing of the petition.
The decision was taken after the party MLAs met at their headquarters and DMK leader Tiruchi Siva said the trust vote moved by Chief Minister yesterday was ‘illegal’.
With the matter coming to a head, Speaker P Dhanapal came out of the assembly escorted by marshals shortly after the House assembled to facilitate the floor test.
R Natraj was a DGP before retiring and taking a plunge into politics by contesting the May 2016 Assembly polls from Mylapore in Chennai on AIADMK ticket.