Tamil Nadu finance minister D Jayakumar says MK Stalin's bid for CM will end up as pipe dream
Chennai: AIADMK Amma senior leader and Tamil Nadu finance minister D Jayakumar on Sunday ridiculed DMK working president M K Stalin for targeting the ruling party on various issues, saying his 'desperate' effort to become chief minister would end up as a pipe dream.
Chennai: AIADMK Amma senior leader and Tamil Nadu finance minister D Jayakumar on Sunday ridiculed DMK working president MK Stalin for targeting the ruling party on various
issues, saying his 'desperate' effort to become chief minister would end up as a pipe dream.
"Stalin is spending sleepless nights, dreaming of becoming CM," he said.
Stating that the Leader of the Opposition was "desperate" to become CM by trying to use using whatever tiny opportunity that came his way, he said "for sure Stalin's dream will never come true and it will end up as a pipe dream."
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