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Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) working president M. K. Stalin and other MLAs who were detained while protesting outside the Assembly today were later released.

Stalin and his party members were evicted when they shouted slogans demanding permission to raise the Times Now-Moon TV expose on the alleged cash-for-vote scam.

Speaking to the reporters here, Stalin said, "Tomorrow we will be visiting the Assembly to raise questions regarding the same issue. We are not convicted by any like Sasikala and Jayalalitha".

The Assembly earlier in the day passed the Goods and Services (GST) Bill amid a ruckus created by the party over a demand for a discussion on the alleged bribery case involving some All Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) MLAs.

Tamil Nadu's Minister for Commercial K. C. Veeramani tabled the Bill which was later passed despite strong opposition by the

Stalin demanded a discussion on a sting operation carried out few days before by an English news channel which shows that jailed leader Sasikala allegedly purchased votes of the rival OPS Camp's MLAs for Chief Minister Edapadi K. Palanisamy's February trust vote.

Speaker P. Dhanapal refused to discuss the issue on the floor of the house as it was sub-judice.

He further said the issue cannot be discussed also because there was no major proof to substantiate it as it only came out in the media.

Following this, the MLAs showed pamphlets written "MLAs for sale" as a mark of protest against the Speaker's decision.

As the ruckus continued in the Assembly, the Marshalls tried to take the protesting MLAs out of the Assembly.

The MLAs then, led by Stalin, took to the streets to raise slogans against the AIADMK's alleged bribery case.

A sting operation by an English news channel had revealed that some of the MLAs were offered and gold by the rival Sasikala camp to support Palanisamy in the February trust vote conducted in TN Assembly.

Palanisamy won the trust vote held in the on the back of support offered by 122 legislators.

South Madurai MLA Saravanan, who had deflected to the former Chief Minister O Panneerselvam faction, admitted on camera that Sasikala camp offered him money between Rs. 2 crore to Rs. 6 crore for his support.

Now, TN joins the list of the states that have passed the Bill. The Bill has been unanimously passed in state Assemblies including Delhi, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Goa, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Tripura, Himachal Pradesh and Odisha.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) working president M. K. Stalin and other MLAs who were detained while protesting outside the Assembly today were later released.

Stalin and his party members were evicted when they shouted slogans demanding permission to raise the Times Now-Moon TV expose on the alleged cash-for-vote scam.

Speaking to the reporters here, Stalin said, "Tomorrow we will be visiting the Assembly to raise questions regarding the same issue. We are not convicted by any like Sasikala and Jayalalitha".

The Assembly earlier in the day passed the Goods and Services (GST) Bill amid a ruckus created by the party over a demand for a discussion on the alleged bribery case involving some All Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) MLAs.

Tamil Nadu's Minister for Commercial K. C. Veeramani tabled the Bill which was later passed despite strong opposition by the

Stalin demanded a discussion on a sting operation carried out few days before by an English news channel which shows that jailed leader Sasikala allegedly purchased votes of the rival OPS Camp's MLAs for Chief Minister Edapadi K. Palanisamy's February trust vote.

Speaker P. Dhanapal refused to discuss the issue on the floor of the house as it was sub-judice.

He further said the issue cannot be discussed also because there was no major proof to substantiate it as it only came out in the media.

Following this, the MLAs showed pamphlets written "MLAs for sale" as a mark of protest against the Speaker's decision.

As the ruckus continued in the Assembly, the Marshalls tried to take the protesting MLAs out of the Assembly.

The MLAs then, led by Stalin, took to the streets to raise slogans against the AIADMK's alleged bribery case.

A sting operation by an English news channel had revealed that some of the MLAs were offered and gold by the rival Sasikala camp to support Palanisamy in the February trust vote conducted in TN Assembly.

Palanisamy won the trust vote held in the on the back of support offered by 122 legislators.

South Madurai MLA Saravanan, who had deflected to the former Chief Minister O Panneerselvam faction, admitted on camera that Sasikala camp offered him money between Rs. 2 crore to Rs. 6 crore for his support.

Now, TN joins the list of the states that have passed the Bill. The Bill has been unanimously passed in state Assemblies including Delhi, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Goa, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Tripura, Himachal Pradesh and Odisha.

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Stalin, other DMK leaders released

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) working president M. K. Stalin and other MLAs who were detained while protesting outside the Assembly today were later released.

Stalin and his party members were evicted when they shouted slogans demanding permission to raise the Times Now-Moon TV expose on the alleged cash-for-vote scam.

Speaking to the reporters here, Stalin said, "Tomorrow we will be visiting the Assembly to raise questions regarding the same issue. We are not convicted by any like Sasikala and Jayalalitha".

The Assembly earlier in the day passed the Goods and Services (GST) Bill amid a ruckus created by the party over a demand for a discussion on the alleged bribery case involving some All Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) MLAs.

Tamil Nadu's Minister for Commercial K. C. Veeramani tabled the Bill which was later passed despite strong opposition by the

Stalin demanded a discussion on a sting operation carried out few days before by an English news channel which shows that jailed leader Sasikala allegedly purchased votes of the rival OPS Camp's MLAs for Chief Minister Edapadi K. Palanisamy's February trust vote.

Speaker P. Dhanapal refused to discuss the issue on the floor of the house as it was sub-judice.

He further said the issue cannot be discussed also because there was no major proof to substantiate it as it only came out in the media.

Following this, the MLAs showed pamphlets written "MLAs for sale" as a mark of protest against the Speaker's decision.

As the ruckus continued in the Assembly, the Marshalls tried to take the protesting MLAs out of the Assembly.

The MLAs then, led by Stalin, took to the streets to raise slogans against the AIADMK's alleged bribery case.

A sting operation by an English news channel had revealed that some of the MLAs were offered and gold by the rival Sasikala camp to support Palanisamy in the February trust vote conducted in TN Assembly.

Palanisamy won the trust vote held in the on the back of support offered by 122 legislators.

South Madurai MLA Saravanan, who had deflected to the former Chief Minister O Panneerselvam faction, admitted on camera that Sasikala camp offered him money between Rs. 2 crore to Rs. 6 crore for his support.

Now, TN joins the list of the states that have passed the Bill. The Bill has been unanimously passed in state Assemblies including Delhi, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Goa, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Tripura, Himachal Pradesh and Odisha.

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