TTV Dhinakaran’s feedback have damage me, says Sampath

TIRUPUR: Days after his retirement from active politics, former TTV loyalist Nanjil on Monday said he was hurt by the statement from Amma Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam (AMMK) that he was searching for an answer for quitting the party.
“It raises doubts regarding whether has recognised my honest decision or not,” the former AIADMK leader, who was in the city to attend a family function, told reporters.

Commenting on the importance of formation of Cauvery Management Board (CMB), Sampath dared chief minister to resign to show the state government’s opposition if the central government failed in this front. “Such a move will grab the attention of the entire country,” he said.

He also urged all political parties from the state to stage a protest in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s house in Delhi, if the Centre failed to constitute the CMB.

When asked about his next step, Sampath ruled out the possibility of joining any political party. “I am planning to impart oration skills to youths. Also, i want to publish at least 12 books this year,” he said.

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