Karunanidhi says don't blame M K Stalin, post-CBI raids
At the same time, Karunanidhi, in a separate statement, said the decision to withdraw support to UPA was taken unanimously after prolonged consultations involving senior party leaders and rejected reports that Stalin had insisted on the decision.
"Generally DMK is being subjected to acts of political vendetta. This may be or may not be one of such acts," the 88-year old DMK patriarch told reporters here while reaction to CBI raids against Stalin.
He, however, indicated he believed that the action had been taken without the government's knowledge as claimed by central ministers.
"If the Central Minister says that the raids happened without the knowledge (of the government), I cannot say I cannot believe it," he said replying to a question.
Reacting to the raids, Stalin, the DMK Treasurer, said it was 'political vendetta' as it happened two days after the party pulled out of UPA, and he was ready to face the case legally.
Fielding a volley of questions, Karunanidhi said he came to know about the raids only at 10 AM. He also referred to Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram disapproving
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