The DMK on Tuesday walked out of the Tamil Nadu Assembly after a heated argument with Governor Banwarilal Purohit ahead of his customary address to the House .
DMK’s allies, including Congress MLAs who came with green headgear in support of agitating farmers outside Delhi who want repeal of three Central laws, followed suit.
DMK , Congress walked out of the house over not allowing them to raise Farmers issues and 8 lane Road Salem Chennai issue and others concerning the state.
A din ensued, with DMK Deputy leader Duraimurugan and other members objecting to Purohit making a mention of the budget allocation.
There was a chorus from the opposition benches demanding he stuck to his address alone and not make any other remarks.
”This is not good. Tell me what is wrong?” Purohit asked the agitated opposition members.
When the Governor started his address, the Opposition benches were vacant.