Asked about his next course of action, Alagiri said that it would be decided after the September 5 rally in Chennai.
K Alagiri, elder son of late DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi, on August 22 said he would chalk out his political action plan after holding a rally next month and following consultations with his supporters. "They do not (DMK led by its working president M K Stalin) appear to want to take me back," he told reporters here to a question.
Asked about his next course of action, Alagiri said that it would be decided after the September 5 rally in Chennai. "All these things will be decided after the rally on September 5.Functionaries from all districts will be consulted and a decision taken," he said. Alagiri, who has been questioning the leadership of his estranged brother M K Stalin had days ago announced that he would hold a peace rally in Chennai, to the mausoleum of his late father M Karunanidhi. The former Minister was expelled in 2014 by Karunanidhi..