DMK warns those putting up posters of Alagiri
Chennai: DMK Tuesday warned of disciplinary action against those responsible for putting up posters carrying inappropriate words across the city in connection with the birthday celebrations of Union Minister M K Alagiri.
"In the name of greeting Alagiri, posters carrying inappropriate words have cropped up which bring bad name to the party...Strict action would be taken against those responsible for such acts," the party said in a statement.
The posters did not carry any name of the person or from where they were printed.
The city was awash by posters of Alagiri for his 62nd birthday celebrations tomorrow.
Sibling war came to the fore after party Chief M Karunanidhi made it clear that his younger son M K Stalin would be his successor and Alagiri indicating that he would oppose the decision saying, DMK was "not a mutt".
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Terrorist outfit IS releases hitlist; 4000 people including 285 Indians targeted
- Mumbai: Woman missing after falling in manhole
- Mann Ki Baat: PM recalls dark days of 1975 Emergency, says democracy is our strength
- Mann Ki Baat: Conserve every drop of water, says PM
- PM Modi launches 'Smart City Project' in Pune
- IIFA 2016: Why should Oscars become benchmark to celebrate Indian cinema, asks Anupam Kher
- US floods: 24 dead in West Virginia; search and rescue continues
- Pampore terror attack: PM Narendra Modi pained by demise of CRPF jawans, salutes their courage
- PM Narendra Modi to share his thoughts in 21st edition of 'Mann Ki Baat' today
- IIFA Awards 2016: Here is the list of winners