Chennai: Late Tamil Nadu CM Karunanidhi's son M K Stalin was elected as the president of the DMK on Tuesday, 28 August, at the party's general council meeting in Chennai. Prior to his election, he was the working president of the party. The 65-year-old is only the second President of the party after Karunanidhi, who held the post for 49 years. Stalin was appointed the party's Working President in January last year, and was declared the heir apparent in 2013. Senior leader and the principal secretary of the DMK, Durai Murugan, was elected the treasurer of the party.
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