Karunanidhi does not give Vajpayee time in office till July
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi today
averred that Prime Minister A B Vajpayee would not be in office
Replying to a question in the state assembly on whether
Vajpayee would be invited for the centenary celebrations of former
chief minister P S Kumaraswamy Raja in Rajapalayam in July, the chief minister said the state government would invite who
ever will be the prime minister then.
When All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam legislature party leader S Thamaraikani
asserted that Vajpayee would remain prime minister for five
years, Karunanidhi said if it was so his government would invite
Vajpayee. But then his party (the AIADMK) should not object to
the invitation, he added.
Kumaraswamy Raja, a freedom-fighter, was chief minister of the
composite Madras Presidency and governor of Orissa.
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