In Tamil Nadu, the DMK-led secular Progressive Alliance (UPA) won the 2021 assembly elections. Subsequently, DMK leader MK Stalin assumed office as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the first time on May 7 last year.
Then, in the cabinet headed by him, it was expected that DMK youth secretary and Tiruvallikeni-Chepakkam constituency member and his son Udayanithi Stalin would take his place. However, his son Udayanithi Stalin was not replaced by Chief Minister MK Stalin in the cabinet.
Meanwhile, Udayanidhi Stalin, as the Minister of School Education, and his close friend Anbil Mahesh Poyamozhi were the first to give a voice and all the ministers started proposing it. A handful of ministers insisted that Udayanidhi Stalin be made deputy chief minister.
In Tamil Nadu, one year after the formation of the DMK government led by Chief Minister MK Stalin, work on a cabinet reshuffle is in full swing. While it is almost certain that Udayanidhi Stalin will become a minister, work is also underway to make some more young MLAs ministers.
In this context, it has been reported that Chief Minister MK Stalin has issued an important directive to MLA Udayanidhi Stalin. That is to say, Chief Minister Stalin is said to have advised Udayanidhi Stalin to immediately finish acting in all the films currently under contract. Judging by this, it seems that if Udayanidhi is Stalin’s minister, he will not act in films.