The exercise will bring the curtains down on the 14th intra-party general elections of the DMK.
All the newly elected members of the General Council in the recent intra-party polls should attend the meeting at Anna Arivalayam, General Secretary K Anbalagan said in a statement.
The meeting comes in the backdrop of demands by his supporters for larger role for Stalin, for long considered the political heir of Karunanidhi.
Though Stalin finalised the strategy for the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, the DMK drew a blank with arch rival ruling AIADMK virtually sweeping the state winning 37 of the 39 seats.
Stalin, who handpicked the candidates for the polls besides undertaking an exhaustive campaign, offered to quit as Treasurer accepting moral responsibility for the debacle, but the party rejected it.
His elder brother and expelled party leader M K Alaigiri, who was locked in a tussle with Stalin over the issue of succession in DMK, had mocked at Stalin calling the offer a drama.

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