'M K Stalin did not insist on pullout' - M Karunanidhi

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Amid uproar over CBI raids against his son M K Stalin, DMK Chief M Karunanidhi on Thursday (March 21) gave a guarded reaction on whether the action was political vendetta and said he can believe the central ministers statements that the raids happened without the knowledge of UPA government. At the same time, Karunanidhi, in a separate statement, said the decision to withdraw support to UPA was taken unanimously after prolonged consultations involving senior party leaders and rejected reports that Stalin had insisted on the decision.

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