Amit Shah’s criticism of dynasty guideline a ‘good joke’, says Stalin
Mr. Stalin said people were clear and they would hand over a defeat to the AIADMK-BJP integrate in the way they had delivered the blow during the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who arrived in Chennai on Saturday afternoon, leaves for Delhi, on Sunday, Nov. 22,2020
Mr. Stalin stated individuals were clear and they would hand over a defeat to the AIADMK-BJP integrate in the manner they had provided the blow throughout the 2019 Lok Sabha surveys.
DMK president M.K. Stalin on Sunday signed up with issue with Union House Minister Amit Shah, who vowed to put an end to dynastic rule, saying that it was a ‘great joke’.
” The Delhi Chanakya, flanked by the twins who had robbed the state coffers with the support of their family members as benamis, has actually criticised dynasty guideline. It belongs to standing in front of a mirror and bargaining for a teddy bear,” Mr. Stalin stated in a declaration.
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He stated the ruler had realised individuals were already aware of the DMK’s victory and was enjoying a vicious campaign to divert individuals’s attention. “Let us destroy the web of conspiracy spun by them. Let us harvest the crop and feed the starving mouths. Those who come in the method of our efforts will be exposed,” he stated.
Mr. Stalin stated people were clear and they would hand over a defeat to the AIADMK-BJP combine in the way they had delivered the blow throughout the 2019 Lok Sabha surveys.
Accusing Chief Minister Edappai K. Palaniswami of using the government equipment to cover the faults of his federal government, Mr. Stalin said he, nevertheless, used the authorities to reject authorization to the tour of DMK youth wing leader Udhayanidhi Stalin.
” Is the government scared of simply one Udhayanidhi Stalin? There are numerous them in the party and they will grow out of control into lakhs and fill the streets,” he stated.
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