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CHENNAI: Agriculture Minister Veerapandi S. Arumugham has appealed to Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi to drop any move to go on fast demanding rapprochement between the police and advocates.
In a statement here on Wednesday, Mr. Arumugham said the Chief Minister who was pained by incidents that had happened in Madras High Court appealed to the police and the advocates to bury the hatchet otherwise he would undertake the fast.
The Chief Minister’s announcement had caused immense pain to his followers. Doctors attending on Chief Minister wanted him to take complete rest. If the Chief Minister went on fast, Mr.Arumugham said, he would also go on an indefinite fast.
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