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Tytler better than insensitive persons, says Karunanidhi

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"AIADMK has no right to criticise the Nanavati Commission report"

CHENNAI: : Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam president M. Karunanidhi on Thursday said that even if it were conceded that Union Minister Jagdish Tytler resigned because of the compelling circumstances, he was better than many "insensitive persons" who were sticking to power despite being indicted by Commissions of enquiry.

There have even been agitations demanding their removal. Mr. Tytler was "a hundred times better" than such persons, he said in a statement.

Mr. Karunanidhi said the All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam had no right to criticise the Nanavati Commission report.

He recalled that the AIADMK Government had gone court disagreeing with the remarks of the Saharya Commission on misuse of the Prevention of Terrorism Act in the State.

He demanded an enquiry into the accident that resulted in the death of 20 workers in the Dalmia Cement Factory a few weeks ago.

He alleged that there were irregularities in the implementation of the food-for-work programme in the State.

On the desalination project for Chennai, Mr. Karunanidhi wanted to know when the scheme would be completed as the process of choosing an implementing agency itself had taken nine months.

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