Stalin Against Amma’s Pic in Govt Offices
DMK working president MK Stalin on Sunday said displaying portrait of a person who has been declared an accused by Supreme Court in government offices will only set a “wrong precedence”.
The statement comes a day after he demanded removal of portraits of late party supremo Jayalalithaa from government offices, saying she was convicted in an assets case. Rebel AIADMK leader and former Tamil Nadu chief minister O Panneerselvam had on Saturday slammed Stalin for his demand, which he said smacked of “political indecency”. In his response to Panneerselvam, Stalin said, “DMK only says that using a picture or a portrait of person who has been accused by Supreme Court in Government offices would set a wrong precedence.”