Tamil Nadu CM Palaniswami denies media speculations of cabinet reshuffle
Denying media reports, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami, on Saturday, ruled out any reshuffle in the state Cabinet.
Chennai: Denying media reports, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami, on Saturday, ruled out any reshuffle in the state cabinet.
"It is only the newspapers that are publishing news about a ministry change. There will be no change in the ministry," he told the media at Yercaud, about 370 km from Chennai.
As for meetings with AIADMK legislators, Palaniswami said they discussed issues related to their respective constituencies.
The chief minister said he will respond to the Centre's move to prevent sale of cows and buffaloes for slaughter when the order is received. "One cannot say anything on the basis of newspaper reports."
The environment ministry on Friday notified Prevention of Cruelty to Animal (Regulation of Livestock Markets) Rules, 2017, with the aim of regulating the animal market and prevent animal cruelty.
The DMK's vote share was 37.7 percent with an impressive performance in regions including southern and northern regions while the AIADMK sliced away 33.4 percent
Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Puducherry Election Results Updates: DMK gains major lead in TN, LDF crosses-majority in Kerala
Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Puducherry Election Results 2021 Today Live Updates: In Puducherry, the NR Congress won 10 seats in and its ally BJP secured three while the Congress-led Secular Democratic Alliance emerged victorious in five seats as per latest EC data
Stalin is the son of former chief minister late M Karunanidhi. Stalin started his political career early and won for the first time from Thousand Light constituency in Chennai in 1989.