Amit Shah to Address Celebration Employees in Chennai on Nov 21, Meet CM K Palaniswami: TN BJP Chief
Union Home Minister Amit Shah would check out the metropolitan area on November 21 to take part in official and celebration events here and it will be a big spirits booster for BJP workers, Tamil Nadu president of the saffron party, L Murugan stated here on Sunday. The check out of the senior BJP leader also would imply offering a sense of “worry” for opposition parties, he said.
Given that Shah’s go to would be the very first considering that he took control of as Tamil Nadu unit president in March, a grand reception was being arranged for the house minister from the airport to the venue of a celebration event, Murugan told reporters. Besides federal government functions, Shah is scheduled to administer over the Tamil Nadu BJP’s core committee conference and also address party office-bearers consisting of district secretaries, he said.
To a concern, Murugan stated Shah’s see would provide a big encouragement, more determination and nerve. The House Minister’s visit would, however, give a sense of worry for opposition celebrations since the BJP had gained more and more strength and published electoral victories in the areas he had toured, he stated.
Tamil Nadu Congress Committee president KS Alagiri took potshots at Murugan for his remark and asked “why should we be scared of Shah? In a democracy, there is no need for anybody to fear another person.” Particularly, no one in Tamil Nadu would be scared of Shah, Alagiri stated adding “Murugan is residing in imagination, let him pertain to the real world.” Murugan, when asked if there was a likelihood of Shah taking part in ‘Vetrivel Yatra’ he responded in the unfavorable. Nevertheless, Union Minister for Chemicals, Sadananda Gowda and Minister of State, External Affairs V Muraleedharan would participate in the yatras on November 22 and 23 at Coimbatore and Palani respectively, he said.
Since November 6, the BJP leaders have actually been trying to get ‘Vetrivel Yatra’ in Tamil Nadu from numerous areas in spite of the state federal government prohibiting it due to the coronavirus pandemic. So far, the party workers and leaders, consisting of Murugan had actually courted arrest at places that include Tiruttani, Chennai and Chengelpet.
Originally, the State BJP had planned to begin the yatra from Tiruttani in northern Tamil Nadu on November 6 and end it on December 6 at Tiruchendur in southern part of the state. The celebration had stated that the yatra was to expose the DMK, which presumably lent support to a group that denigrated ‘Kanda Sashti Kavacham,’ a Tamil, spiritual hymn on Lord Muruga and it is hugely popular in the state for centuries.
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