The Tamil Nadu Governor's office on Friday refuted the reports that Governor Vidyasagar Rao has sent a report to the Home Ministry over the political crisis in Tamil Nadu.
No report has been sent from Governor C Vidyasagar Rao to Ministry of Home Affairs: Raj Bhavan PRO pic.twitter.com/Q0nHaGzTCr— ANI (@ANI_news) February 10, 2017
Rao, who met Panneerselvam first after reaching Chennai on Thursday, assured the chief minister that justice would be done. Panneerselvam told Rao that he wished to withdraw his resignation. Panneerselvam did not give out details of what exactly transpired between him and Rao, but thanked the people for their support and said 'Dharma will win.'
Later, Sasikala Natrajan reached the Raj Bhavan in Chennai to meet the Governor. During the meeting, Sasikala told Rao that she should be invited to form the government in Tamil Nadu.
She also showed the governor letters of support and said that she had the numbers to form the government.