“It is all the work of media. Differences can be sorted out only if they exist,” said Dhivaharan.

Dhinakaran and Dhivaharan join hands to rescue AIADMK say party caught in a chakra viyugam
news Politics Saturday, July 29, 2017 - 10:34

The problems between AIADMK general secretary VK Sasikala’s brother VK Dhivaharan and her nephew TTV Dhinakaran seem to have been resolved. 

Both of them have apparently buried the hatchet in Thanjavur and decided to rescue the party which has got into the tangle of a ‘Chakra viyugam’.

Reportedly, both Dhivaharan and Dhinakaran could be seen with each other during the final rites of Dhinakaran’s mother-in-law. 

They met the media and Dhivaharan said that there were no differences of opinion between them, reported The New Indian Express

“It is all the work of media. Differences can be sorted out only if they exist. Dhinakaran is my elder sister’s son..I would say ‘neeradichu neer vilakaadhu,’ said Dhivaharan.

He also said, “Now, like Abhimanyu, the AIADMK is got in a ‘chakra viyugam’. Lord Krishna who taught how to enter the ‘viyugam’ is not there to help Abhimanyu now. So, we would like to rescue the party and we will rise again and achieve our goals,” reported TNIE.

However, he did not criticise the government and said that Chief Minister Edapaddi Palanisamy is providing good governance and everything is going smoothly.

The Times of India reported that the Sasikala family loyalist MLAs and party leaders including Senthil Balaji, Vetrivel, Thanga Thamiselvan, Jaggayan and Palaniappan were present.

“Wait and see,” said TTV Dhinakaran, when asked about the future of the party.

Moreover, on Friday, addressing the media, Edapaddi Palanisamy said, “I hope that the merger will happen.” 

On June 3, 2017, after getting released from the jail, Dhinakaran had told the media that he will continue to work for the party. He had distanced himself from the party for a month. He had also said that no one in the party except his aunt VK Sasikala had the right to remove him from the party.

 

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