ANI Photo | “Rumours being spread to create sensation”: Tamil Nadu CM Stalin on son being made Deputy CM

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin on Saturday dismissed speculation that his son Udhayanidhi Stalin is being elevated to the Deputy CM post.
M K Stalin in a letter addressed to the party workers said, “When youths across Tamil Nadu were getting ready for the Party Youth Wing Conference, few spread rumours about my health condition. I am in good health and vivacity. Working, working and working. “
He also added that “After this lie was shattered, rumours were being spread to create a sensation, that deputy CM post was going to be given (to Udhayanidhi),” he said.
Meanwhile, Youth Wing Secretary Udhyanithi Stalin himself gave a befitting reply and said, “All Ministers are supporting our Chief Minister’ and he has shut the mouth of whoever spreads such rumours. We shouldn’t deviate from the Salem Youth Wing Conference. Rumours are being spread as deviations.”
Earlier while addressing, World Tamils Diaspora Day held at Chennai Trade Centre on Friday, Tamil Nadu CM expressed pleasure over welcoming the Tamil diaspora. The CM assured that he would facilitate all those Tamils who want to come back.
“Steps are being taken to bring back Tamils who want to return home due to medical conditions and various other reasons”, said Stalin.
“It was published in a newspaper that I am unwell, and my health condition was bad, but nothing is wrong with me when the people of Tamil Nadu are happy. I am someone who puts aside all such news and works beyond my strength,” he added

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