Swamy demands President's rule in TN

PTI New Delhi | Updated on October 02, 2014 Published on October 02, 2014

BJP leader, Subramanian Swamy today urged the Centre to impose President's rule in Tamil Nadu in the wake of violent incidents in the state after the conviction of Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in a corruption case.

In a statement he condemned the "sordid and shameful" incidents in the state since Sept 27 when Jayalalithaa was convicted.

Swamy urged the Modi government to impose President's rule for a year and then hold general elections in Tamil Nadu. .

"All violent and anti-national elements in the state should be arrested under the National Security Act," he said.

Published on October 02, 2014
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