Puducherry, Jan 1: Puducherry Chief Minister N Rangasamy today left here for Chennai en-route to New Delhi on summons from Congress High Command.
Mr Rangasamy would board the 1330 hrs flight from Chennai. According to party sources here, AICC general secretary Arunkumar, in-charge of party affairs in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, had summoned Mr Rangasamy to meet him in New Delhi, to discuss the prevailing political situation here and inner party squabbles.
AICC general secretary V Narayanasamy, MP, had alleged that Mr Rangasamy, had ignored all other constituencies in developmental schemes barring his Thattanchavady constituency.
Mr Narayanasamy had sought the details of governmet jobs provided to people from Thattanchavady from 2001 to December 2007, financial assistance provided to those in Thattanchavady under different schemes and major schemes implemented in the constituency during the Rangasamy regime.
All the five colleagues of the Chief Minister also joined together and wrote a letter to Mr Rangasamy, seeking to convene the cabinet meeting to discuss the people's issues.
Meanwhile, PCC president P Shanmugham defended Mr Rangasamy by stating that development works had taken place in several constituencies during the Congress regime here.
It seems that the party high command had taken note of the developments here and invited the Chief Minister for discussions.