Tamil Nadu Assembly session to begin from June 28

Updated: Jun 20, 2019, 16:45 IST | mid-day online desk

Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly is expected to be a stormy one as the Opposition will raise a host of issues, including water crisis, which has crippled Tamil Nadu, including its capital Chennai

Tamil Nadu Assembly session to begin from June 28
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Chennai: The first session of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly will be convened on June 28, Banwarilal Purohit, state Governor stated on Thursday. The session is scheduled to begin at 10 am, Purohit informed in a statement. This will be the first session of the State Assembly after Lok Sabha elections and by-polls to 22 Assembly constituencies were held. Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly is expected to be a stormy one as the Opposition will raise a host of issues, including water crisis, which has crippled Tamil Nadu, including its capital Chennai.

In the national elections, DMK-led alliance had won 37 out of 38 Lok Sabha seats in the state while ruling AIADMK suffered a rout, managing just one seat. The DMK too made gains in the by-elections, winning 13 seats while the AIADMK garnered nine seats. In the 234-member Assembly, AIADMK has 123 members, DMK 101 and Congress has eight members. The Indian Union Muslim League and independents have one member each.

With inputs from ANI

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