This Pongal, All Political Roads Lead To Tamil Nadu


    This Pongal, All Political Roadways Cause Tamil Nadu

    This Pongal, All Political Roads Lead To Tamil Nadu

    RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat in Chennai today to commemorate Pongal.


    Tamil speakers celebrate their yearly harvest celebration over the next 4 days starting today. Corresponding with comparable revelries throughout the country, such as Bihu in northeastern India and Uttarayan in Gujarat, Tamil Nadu’s biggest event comes merely months ahead of the state’s assembly polls. Not remarkably, crucial leaders from across the political spectrum are set to mark their existence at the goings on.

    RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, for instance, is currently in Chennai on a two-day see. Today, he provided Pongal prayers at the Sri Kadumbadi Chinnamman Temple in the state capital’s Ponniammanmedu area.

    ” Throughout his visit, Bhagwat will take part in … Pongal celebrations. He will satisfy young specialists and start-up owners and also likely to engage with dignitaries. Based on his routine schedule, he will evaluate organisation’s work with regional functionaries,” a press statement from the RSS said earlier today.

    Early this morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted his customary desires in both English and Tamil.

    Pongal greetings to all, specifically my Tamil sisters and brothers. This unique festival showcases the best of Tamil culture. Might we be blessed with health and success. May this festival also inspire us to reside in harmony with nature and further the spirit of empathy.

    — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) January 14, 2021

    His celebration chief, JP Nadda, is scheduled to check out Tamil Nadu today to participate in the Namma Ooru Pongal (Our Town Pongal), a state-wide program, in Chennai.

    The BJP is wanting to finally come of the political wilderness in Tamil Nadu this election. While it is yet to reveal an official alliance for the state surveys, it did tie up with the AIADMK in the 2019 nationwide election.


    Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, on the other hand, is anticipated to participate in the popular “Jallikattu” occasion in Madurai district. The Jallikattu custom, including rampaging bulls, has an enthusiastic following in the state. A few years ago, the Supreme Court had actually banned the practice pointing out ruthlessness to animals, though the Central federal government later legalised it keeping Tamil sentiments in view.

    அனைவருக்கும் எனது இனிய பொங்கல் நல்வாழ்த்துக்கள்.

    உங்களுடன் தைப் பொங்கல் கொண்டாட இன்று தமிழகம் வருகிறேன். மதுரையில் ஜல்லிக்கட்டு விழாவில் பங்கேற்கிறேன்.

    Concerning commemorate Pongal with you in Madurai, Tamil Nadu.

    — Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) January 14, 2021

    Mr Gandhi’s anticipated participation at the event was first announced by KS Alagiri, the Congress’s Tamil Nadu chief. “The bull is a symbol of farmers and part of their lives,” he had stated previously this week, according to PTI.

    The Congress, though a minimal player in the state, is seeking to increase its gains from its alliance with DMK, the primary opposition celebration in the state, which intends to change the judgment AIADMK government.

    Both the DMK and the AIADMK will be battling the upcoming election without their greatest icons, M Karunanidhi and J Jayalalithaa, for the first time in decades.

    ( the headline, this story has actually not been published by Crucial India News personnel and is published from a syndicated feed.).


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