He was elected leader of the 15-member Congress Legislature party on Saturday. The party also has support of two-member DMK in the 30-member Assembly.
After meeting Bedi at Raj Nivas, Narayanasamy said he had submitted a letter to the LG regarding his unanimous election as Congress Legislature Party Leader and requested her to invite him to form the government.
He said he also presented to the Lieutenant Governor the letter of support from DMK.
Narayanasamy had yesterday called on DMK president M Karunanidhi at Chennai and obtained the Dravidian party’s letter of support for forming the government.
“Very soon the new government would be formed”, he said.
Narayanasamy was greeted by the Lt Governor on his birthday today during his meeting with her.
69-year-old Narayanasamy, who had served as Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office in the second UPA government after being MoS, Parliamentary Affairs, in UPA-I, did not contest the May 16 assembly polls and will now have to seek election to the legislature in a bypoll.
A law graduate, Narayanasamy did legal practice for more than 10 years and jumped into active politics in 1985.
He was a member of Rajya Sabha for three terms.