Jayalalithaa led AIADMK faced the first wrath from the Election Commission (EC) which had sent notice to the actress turned politician over allegedly assaulting DMK supremo M Karunanidhi and his family. (Read: DMK's weapon to mar AIADMK:Jaya-Vijayakant seek time from EC)
Now, it was DMK party's turn when the deputy Chief Minister and Karunanidhi's son MK Stalin faced the rage of the Election Commission over allegedly attacking Jayalalithaa at the personal level. (Read: Tit for tat: Now, AIADMK takes on DMK man Stalin) EC issued notice to the DMK man asking him to submit his reply by Monday (Apr 11) evening.
Official sources, confirming the information, stated, "The Commission has issued a notice to Stalin for making personal attack on Ms Jayalalithaa in violation of the Model Code of Conduct."
Quoting Stalin from a Tamil daily, the AIADMK complainant had stated, "as the AIADMK chief was not married and so was not interested in funding other women's weddings."