AIADMK makes it ordered: Sasikala looks set to succeed Jayalalithaa

AIADMK makes it ordered: Sasikala looks set to succeed Jayalalithaa :- Jayalalithaa’s long time helper Sasikala seems all set to assume control over the mantle of AIADMK general secretary with senior gathering pioneers and state pastors asking her to accept the post, declaring that only she will now have the capacity to lead the gathering.

A supplication encouraging her to venture into the shoes of Jayalalithaa was made by an assignment of pioneers, including AIADMK presidium administrator E Madhusudanan and Lok Sabha Deputy Speaker Thambidurai, when they approached Sasikala or “Chinnamma” as she is alluded to by gathering laborers at the Poes Garden habitation of the late boss priest.

The AIADMK on Thursday declared that Sasikala Natarajan would be the gathering’s general secretary, a post which was held by previous boss clergyman J Jayalalithaa for a considerable length of time and fell empty after her end.

Party representative C Ponnaiyan said while Jayalalithaa was the “heart” of AIADMK organizer and her coach M G Ramachandran, Sasikala was, in like manner, her “inner voice.”

Chinnamma (as Sasikala is tended to by gathering laborers), had been with Amma through her great and awful circumstances for a long time. She had been Amma’s inner voice and keeps on being so. She has assumed a fundamental part in keeping the gathering in place for long.

Accordingly, Chinnamma will be chosen as General Secretary consequently and consistently. There is most likely or dread in that,” he told columnists here. He communicated certainty that the gathering’s basic leadership bodies, General Council and Executive Council, have forced to choose Sasikala to lead the gathering and that the “yearnings will be met” in such manner.

Ponnaiyan reviewed that at whatever point the gathering functionaries would need to examine an issue with Jayalalithaa, she would “tenderly” allude them to Sasikala and “gave such an extensive amount significance to her”.

Sasikala “watched over and ensured” Jayalalithaa, he said, including, she had been a “shadow” and “still, small voice” of the late pioneer.