FIR registered against MK Stalin for protesting at Marina Beach on Feb 18

DMK members created massive ruckus inside the Tamil Nadu assembly on Feb 18 after Speaker P Dhanapal turned down their demand for the secret ballot.

FIR has been registered against DMK’s working President MK Stalin for his party’s protest at Marina Beach on February 18 after Paliniswami won the floor test. Stalin and other members from his party who were protesting on the famous beach were later detained by the police. Before the voting started Stalin was seen coming out of his car with his unbuttoned and torn shirt. Not only this, DMK members created massive ruckus inside the Tamil Nadu assembly after Speaker P Dhanapal turned down their demand for the secret ballot.

DMK MLA Poongothai Aladi Aruna climbed on the bench to voice his opinion as others were busy in tearing papers and throwing chairs in the assembly. Another DMK MLA Ku Ka Selvam sat on Speaker’s chair in protest. The temperature in the house went beyond the limit when the MLAs tore speaker P Dhanapal’s clothes.

Stalin wrote a letter to Governor Vidyarao Sagar after the result came out requesting to restore democratic values and order assembly postponement for conducting secret voting on confidence motion.

E Palaniswani won the floor test on Feb 18 after getting as many as 122 votes. He won the vote of confidence after all 6 divisions of MLAs in Tamil Nadu Assembly voted in the favour of CM Palanisamy, however, Pannerselvam while reacting on the decision said, the voters have been betrayed by MLAs.

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