1. Subramanian Swamy writes to Rajnath Singh, urges for the imposition of President’s Rule in Tamil Nadu

Subramanian Swamy writes to Rajnath Singh, urges for the imposition of President’s Rule in Tamil Nadu

Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy today, in a letter to the Home Minister Rajnath Singh urged the ministry to impose president's rule in Tamil Nadu, citing that there had been administrative disarray in the state since Chief Minister Jayalaalithaa had been admitted to the Apollo hospitals.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: October 7, 2016 1:27 PM
Subramanian Swamy claimed, in the absence of proper administrative order, there has been activation of Sleeper cell of the ISIS in parts of Tamil Nadu. (Reuters) Subramanian Swamy claimed, in the absence of proper administrative order, there has been activation of Sleeper cell of the ISIS in parts of Tamil Nadu. (Reuters)

Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy today, in a letter to the Home Minister Rajnath Singh urged the ministry to impose president’s rule in Tamil Nadu, citing that there had been administrative disarray in the state since Chief Minister Jayalalithaa had been admitted to the Apollo hospitals.

“The Union Government should declare President’s Rule in Tamil Nadu in view of the administrative disarray in the State following the indefinite hospitalization of the Chief Minister and her having to retain for health reasons incommunicado,” the BJP MP wrote in the letter to the Home Minister.

Subramanian Swamy claimed, in the absence of proper administrative order, there has been activation of Sleeper cell of the ISIS in parts of the state like Ramnathpuram, Tirunelveli, Madurai and Kanyakumari and ‘a collaborative and supportive action by the Dravida Kazhagam, leftover LTTE and disruptive groups such as underground naxalite, to create upheaval in the state causing a massive disorder and lawlessness.’

Swamy also urged the Home Ministry to impose AFSPA in all southern districts and Chennai for six months, til Jayalalithaa recovers completely.

Jayalalithaa had been admitted to the Apollo hospital on September 22, citing poor health condition with complaints of ‘fever and dehydration’. On Monday the hospital confirmed that the Tamil Nadu CM had been kept on respiratory support and is being treated with anti-biotics for infection. The hospital had earlier asserted that Jayalalithaa is slowly recovering but will have to stay at the hospital for a longer period of time.

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