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Madhusudanan has no power to remove Sasikala: Sengottayan

Madhusudanan also sacked AIADMK deputy general secretary TTV Dinakaran and S Venkatesh

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Minister on Friday said former party presidium chairman E has no power to remove general secretary

"According to party rules, he (Madhusudanan) has no power to remove general secretary Sasikala," said Sengottayan.

The sacking order was passed and authorised by

also sacked AIADMK deputy general secretary and S Venkatesh, relatives of Sasikala, citing that they had been readmitted to the party without proper authority.

The political stalemate in finally came to an end when Palanisamy took oath as 13th Chief Minister of on Thursday.

A total of 31 other MLAs were also sworn-in.

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Madhusudanan has no power to remove Sasikala: Sengottayan

Madhusudanan also sacked AIADMK deputy general secretary TTV Dinakaran and S Venkatesh

Madhusudanan also sacked AIADMK deputy general secretary TTV Dinakaran and S Venkatesh

Minister on Friday said former party presidium chairman E has no power to remove general secretary

"According to party rules, he (Madhusudanan) has no power to remove general secretary Sasikala," said Sengottayan.

The sacking order was passed and authorised by

also sacked AIADMK deputy general secretary and S Venkatesh, relatives of Sasikala, citing that they had been readmitted to the party without proper authority.

The political stalemate in finally came to an end when Palanisamy took oath as 13th Chief Minister of on Thursday.

A total of 31 other MLAs were also sworn-in.

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Madhusudanan has no power to remove Sasikala: Sengottayan

Madhusudanan also sacked AIADMK deputy general secretary TTV Dinakaran and S Venkatesh

Minister on Friday said former party presidium chairman E has no power to remove general secretary

"According to party rules, he (Madhusudanan) has no power to remove general secretary Sasikala," said Sengottayan.

The sacking order was passed and authorised by

also sacked AIADMK deputy general secretary and S Venkatesh, relatives of Sasikala, citing that they had been readmitted to the party without proper authority.

The political stalemate in finally came to an end when Palanisamy took oath as 13th Chief Minister of on Thursday.

A total of 31 other MLAs were also sworn-in.

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