Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa on Tuesday expressed gratitude toward DMK treasurer M K Stalin for going to the swearing-in function of her chamber of clergymen on Monday and said there was no goal to affront him by making him sit in a “square of seats” implied for MLAs.
On Monday, Stalin and recently chose party MLAs went to the swearing-in service held at centennial lobby of the Madras University. He was made to sit in the center line alongside different MLAs. DMK boss M Karunanidhi on Monday issued an announcement blaming the administration for abusing Stalin and went to the degree of expressing that Jayalalithaa had not changed and could never show signs of change.
Reacting to the feedback, Jayalalithaa said in an announcement: “I am glad to note that Stalin, MLA, went to the swearing-in service of the new board of clergymen on May 23. I express gratitude toward him for going to the occasion.”
“I comprehend that Stalin was situated in the square of seats planned for individuals from the authoritative get together. I am educated that general society office had taken after the convention manual in distributing seats in the corridor for the occasion. On the off chance that this seating arrangement brought about him any humiliation, I might want to guarantee him that there was no goal to show disregard to him or his gathering,” she said.
“Had the officers conveyed to my notification that Stalin would go to the occasion, I would have educated the officers responsible for the courses of action to give him a seat in the principal column, unwinding the standards in the convention manual. I pass on my great wishes to him and anticipate working with his gathering for the improvement of the state,” the main pastor said.
It might be noticed that Stalin has never responded to not being given a front seat. In a Facebook post he specified going to of the swearing-in service and offered his desires to Jayalalithaa.