TN assembly faces war of words by Vijayakanth and Jaya

Members of the opposition party and their leader, Vijayakanth were expelled from the assembly session after having a boisterous argument with the minister J Jayalalithaa. She shouted that the chief minister had “obnoxious” conduct and regretted making ties with his party at the time of assembly polls.

The battle of words that initiated in the Tamil Nadu assembly initiated on the debate over the increase in bus fares and milk prices in the previous year. The aggressive discussion soon turned into a face-to-face battle between Vijayakanth and Jaya, with members from both sides participating and aggravating the situation.

Jaya thrashed Vijayakanth for his “low act” as he sat on the benches and made gestures. Jaya went on to say she regretted joining hands with DMDK and said that her party would have won even without DMDK’s support since the public has already chosen to end the DMDK regime for good.

The war of words between DMDK and AIADMK got out of control and the speaker had to order the members of DMK to leave the assembly premises and referred the case to privileges committee on the grounds of unethical behavior of the party members in regards to the rules and regulations of the assembly.

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