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Merger between Panneerselvam and Palaniswami camp hits roadblock

OPS dissolves seven-member committee formed to hold talks with EPS camp

T E Narasimhan  |  Chennai 

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O Panneerselvam

The merger between and camps in has hit another road block. Panneerselvam announced that he dissolved the committee that was set up to hold talks with the Tamil Nadu CM

The seven-member panel was formed in April hold merger talks between the two factions.

The former CM accused the ruling faction of enacting a drama and thus was disbanding the merger negotiating team.

"After the setting up of the negotiation team, they started playing a drama. We were not ready to play any dramas," he said.

The OPS camp, which presently has 12 MPs and 11 legislators, also said that the EPS faction has not honoured their demands of expelling party chief V K and her nephew T T V Dinakaran.

"The decision was based on the feedback from our cadre, common people, especially from ladies," said Panneerselvam.

Rajya Sabha lawmaker V Maitreyan, who was a member of the now dissolved committee, said the EPS camp was also unwilling to seek CBI probe into Jayalalithaa's death.

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Merger between Panneerselvam and Palaniswami camp hits roadblock

OPS dissolves seven-member committee formed to hold talks with EPS camp

The merger between O Panneerselvam camp and Edapadi Palaniswami camp in AIADMK has hit a road block. Former Chief Minister and late J Jayalalithaa close aid Panneerselvam announced that he dissolved the committee he had set up to hold talks with Chief Minister Palaniswami camp.In a later evening on Sunday, Panneerselvam said that he had dissolved the committee. The seven-member panel formed in April hold merger talks between the two AIADMK factions.He accused the ruling AIADMK faction of enacting a drama and said he was disbanding the merger negotiating team of his own group."After the setting up of the negotiation team, they started playing a drama. We were not ready to play any dramas," he said.The OPS camp, which presently has 12 MPs and 11 legislators, also said that the EPS faction has not honoured their demands of expelling party chief VK Sasikala and her nephew TTV Dinakaran.The decision was based on the feedback from our cadres, common people, especially from ladies, said ... The merger between and camps in has hit another road block. Panneerselvam announced that he dissolved the committee that was set up to hold talks with the Tamil Nadu CM

The seven-member panel was formed in April hold merger talks between the two factions.

The former CM accused the ruling faction of enacting a drama and thus was disbanding the merger negotiating team.

"After the setting up of the negotiation team, they started playing a drama. We were not ready to play any dramas," he said.

The OPS camp, which presently has 12 MPs and 11 legislators, also said that the EPS faction has not honoured their demands of expelling party chief V K and her nephew T T V Dinakaran.

"The decision was based on the feedback from our cadre, common people, especially from ladies," said Panneerselvam.

Rajya Sabha lawmaker V Maitreyan, who was a member of the now dissolved committee, said the EPS camp was also unwilling to seek CBI probe into Jayalalithaa's death.

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Merger between Panneerselvam and Palaniswami camp hits roadblock

OPS dissolves seven-member committee formed to hold talks with EPS camp

The merger between and camps in has hit another road block. Panneerselvam announced that he dissolved the committee that was set up to hold talks with the Tamil Nadu CM

The seven-member panel was formed in April hold merger talks between the two factions.

The former CM accused the ruling faction of enacting a drama and thus was disbanding the merger negotiating team.

"After the setting up of the negotiation team, they started playing a drama. We were not ready to play any dramas," he said.

The OPS camp, which presently has 12 MPs and 11 legislators, also said that the EPS faction has not honoured their demands of expelling party chief V K and her nephew T T V Dinakaran.

"The decision was based on the feedback from our cadre, common people, especially from ladies," said Panneerselvam.

Rajya Sabha lawmaker V Maitreyan, who was a member of the now dissolved committee, said the EPS camp was also unwilling to seek CBI probe into Jayalalithaa's death.

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