Tuesday , September 27 2022

Stalin strikes the central, state government


Addressing the first public meeting on Thursday in Perambalur on Thursday as President of DMK M.K. Stalin did not make any bones about his desire to play the national role of the king in the upcoming parliamentary elections.

Current efforts to consolidate regional parties led by Telugu Desam Party leader and Chief Minister Andhra Pradesh Chandrabab Naidu aimed to protect the rights of the state and the secular tissue of the country, said Mr. Stalin, addressing well-attended meetings jointly organized by district units of DMK Perambalur and Ariialur, condemned the anti-human policies of the central and state governments.

At no moment will there be a DMK's compromise on state rights that Government Modi has trampled, he said. The center, which accused, exceeded its consent by initiating disputes with the Supreme Court, the Central Investigation Bureau and the Reserve Bank of India.

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Mr. Stalin told the Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswamy for moving the Supreme Court to prevent CBI's investigation into corruption in its highway section. He trained his pistols as Deputy Minister of Justice O. Panneerselvam and several ministers, Mr. Stalin said that the "criminal cabinet" must be removed.

"The public meeting is of national importance. The meeting is to convey the DMK's willingness to send a political faction to the Fascist government of the BJP and the corrupt AIADMK regime, and the battle began in Perambal," Stalin said.

Striking the government of BJP for his search for demonetization for 2016. Stalin has asked the Center whether any of its four goals of reducing black money, checking corruption and circulating fake notes and eliminating terrorism by withdrawing ₹ 500 (old) and ₹ 1,000 currency notes, have been achieved.

He asked that he know if Vlada Modi deposited at least ₹ 15, leaving only the 15-page lackey promised by the prime minister, at the expense of any citizen on the return of black money in other countries. "If it is, I'm ready to apologize," he said.

Describing Mr. Narendra Modi as "non-resident Prime Minister", Mr. Stalin said the first had a suspicious difference that the first prime minister visited 84 countries at the expense of 1,484 crore of monei takpaier.

The DMK leader wondered if the sharp rise in gas and diesel costs was an indicator of economic growth.

Unemployment is now the lowest in 22 years, Stalin said, quoting the Azim University Premiere study. Vlada Modi has given up hypocrisy about the application of GST and Aadhaar cards.

Secretary for propaganda DMK A. Raja, and former Ministers K. Ponmudi, K.N. Нехру, М.Р.К. Paneerselvam and A.V. They were among the participants.

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