The six-month old Edappadi K Palaniswamy (EPS) government, which attempted to join hands with O Panneerselvam faction, continues to face uncertainty in Karnataka a day after 19 AIADMK MLAs expressed anguish over the merger and removal of VK Sasikala from the party.
On Wednesday, AIADMK supporters burnt effigies of former deputy general secretary TTV Dhinakaran outside the resort where 19 rebel MLAs have been lodged since Tuesday.
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The role of Tamil Nadu governor has now achieved prominence since the 19 legislators loyal to Dhinakaran met C Vidyasagar Rao on Tuesday to withdraw their support from the chief minister. The MLAs reportedly told Rao that Palaniswamy had “forfeited” their confidence and that of the public, and urged him to “intervene and institute the constitutional process.”
The rebel MLAs…