This came right after 18 MLAs and along with Dhinakaran were disqualified by the High Court. The Tamil Nadu Assembly speaker P Dhanapal said that the rebel MLAs were disqualified under the Anti-Defection rules of the Assembly. However, Tamil Nadu police are also in search for former minister Senthil Balaji, an MLA who is an accused in a cheating case.
On Tuesday, Madurai bench of Madras High Court ordered an interim stay until October 4 on AIADMK Deputy General Secretary TTV Dhinakaran and actor Senthil. Actor Senthil had filed a petition in the Madras High Court to stay the arrest against TTV Dhinakaran and on him. MP P Kumar registered a police complaint to the Crime Branch Bureau on Trichy against actor Senthil and TTV Dhinakaran about 10 days ago for alleging that both of them had conspired against him at Dhinakaran’s residence and had spoken in a very harsh manner. There will be no action taken against them till the case goes for hearing on October 4, 2017, this came from Justice SS Sundar. He also added saying that TTV Dhinakaran can only save the party from dying.