AIADMK reinstates Tamil Nadu deputy chief minister O Panneerselvam's brother O Raja into party
On 19 December, O Raja was expelled from AIADMK 'for having acted against the party's principles and ideologies, and for bringing disrepute to the party.'
Chennai (Tamil Nadu): The All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) on Monday re-inducted Tamil Nadu Deputy chief minister O Panneerselvam's brother O Raja, after he was expelled last week for "bringing disrepute" to the party.
In a statement signed by both Panneerselvam and chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami, AIADMK said that Raja decided to join the party after "expressing regret."
On 19 December, Raja was expelled from AIADMK "for having acted against the party's principles and ideologies, and for bringing disrepute to the party."
Raja recently contested and won the election for the state-run milk cooperate Aavin in Madurai, against the wishes of his brother, Panneerselvam.
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