VK Sasikala to return to politics? Audio clips with party executives go viral, swear to sort out AIADMK mess after Covid
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- Tamil Nadu’s political circles are in turmoil with speculation Jayalalithaa’s aid may return to politics
- EPS (Edapaddi K Palaniswami) and PAHO (O Paneerselvam) camps disagree after Assembly elections
- Sasikala camp believes it should intervene to resolve EPS-OPS conflict
Chennai: Former AIADMK VK Sasikala may be looking to get her back into active politics if her conversation with party executives overheard in two viral audio clips is anything to say. During the audio call with one of her party members, Sasikala can be heard saying that she will definitely be back and promises to sort out the AIADMK mess once the Covid-19 pandemic situation gets underway. will improve.
Political circles in Tamil Nadu are abuzz with speculation that Jayalalithaa’s aide could return to politics and claim a post at AIADMK.
After the elections, the EPS (Edapaddi K Palaniswami) and PAHO (O Paneerselvam) camps can be seen head butt. Sasikala said it pained him to see the two leaders fighting with each other. She said the pandemic is raging right now but once things get better she will come back.
The DMK wrested power from the ruling AIADMK in the 2021 assembly elections and Deputy Stalin took over the post of chief minister in the southern state. Prior to the election, Sasikala issued a statement that she would withdraw from active politics. Many political analysts had observed that this was a tactical decision on his part because the elections had to be conducted in a united manner.
Sasikala, however, cannot run for office because she was condemned by the Supreme Court in the disproportionate assets case. Even then, she did not want to rock the boat before the election, as it could have elicited angry reactions from her party cadres if she had intervened, but now that AIADMK having lost the polls, the camp of Sasikala believes she should intervene. to resolve the EPS-OPS conflict.