AIADMK General Secretary V.K. Sasikala on Saturday alleged that the delay in her being sworn-in as Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu is mainly to break the party.
"I think the delay (in swearing in) is to break the party," she told reporters here after meeting the legislators supporting her at a beach resort near her.
According to her, till Saturday they had waited for Governor C. Vidyasagar Rao's decision.
"Tomorrow we will fight in a different manner," Sasikala said.
Earlier in the day, speaking to the party cadres Sasikala said she believes in democracy and justice and maintaining patience.
"Only to some extent we can be patient. After that we all together would do what needs to be done," she said.
She said the AIADMK party is like an iron fort and cannot be shaken by anybody.
Earlier today, the team of Tamil Nadu Police and revenue officials visited a luxurious resort at Koovathur near Mahabalipuram where they met 120 MLAs of the AIADMK who are allegedly held captive by the Sasikala camp.
The officials arrived here at 6:30am and inquired about their alleged detention by AIADMK supremo and CM-designate Sasikala.
According to a report in Times of India, teams, led by additional Deputy SP Tamilselvan and district revenue officer Ramachandran met each and every MLA staying here since Wednesday night.