Tamil Nadu: VK Sasikala paid tributes to AIADMK on 50th anniversary

Tamil Nadu's opposition party AIADMK is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the founding of the party today. During this, party leaders Palaniswami and O Panneerselvam garlanded the statues of party founders MG Ramachandran and J Jayalalithaa at Royapettah in Chennai. However, the biggest thing today was that expelled party leader VK Sasikala also paid floral tributes to party founder MG Ramachandran in Ramavaram. Let us tell you that earlier on Saturday, she paid tribute to former party chief Jayalalithaa by visiting her tomb and during this, she also looked emotional.

On Saturday, Sasikala, after paying tribute to former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, said, "The burden of her mind has become lighter, which remained in her mind for almost five years after Jayalalithaa's death in 2016." In fact, Sasikala said this after paying homage at Jayalalithaa's samadhi. She said, "He 'told Amma' about the events that happened in recent years and the future of the party is bright."

With this, she said, "Party founder MG Ramachandran and late supremo Jayalalithaa lived for the party workers and people of Tamil Nadu and they are confident that they will save the party and workers." On the other hand, many political analysts say about Sasikala's visit to the samadhi, "It could be a formal way to announce a gradual return to politics." Now, it looks like she wants to make a political comeback.

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