Stressing the importance of the upcoming elections in Tamil Nadu, Union Home Secretary Amit Shah said on Saturday that the election results will decide whether the state will walk the dynasty path or the dynasty. way of MG Ramachandran.
“These assembly elections in Tamil Nadu are very important for the future of the state. These elections will decide whether Tamil Nadu will walk the dynasty path or the Makkal Thilagam MG Ramachandran path,” Shah said. at a public meeting. in Tirunelveli.
He said there were two factions in this election – on the one hand, there is the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and on the other, the United Progressive Alliance. (UPA) headed by “Rahul baba”.
“Prime Minister Modi leads the nation, coming from humble backgrounds. E Palaniswami was also the son of a farmer who became CM of Tamil Nadu through hard work,” he said.
“This is the fourth generation of Congress, from Nehru to Rahul Gandhi and the third generation of DMK, from Karunanidhi to Udhayanidhi, clearly showing that they are only focusing on the benefits of their families and dynasties,” said Shah.
The BJP leader deepened the comparison and said: “Prime Minister Modi is thinking of farmers, unemployed youth and fishermen in Tamil Nadu, while Stalin is thinking of making his son Udhayanidhi Stalin the chief minister. The people of Tamil Nadu must decide whether they want to go with those who think of the state or those who make their son the prime minister. “
He also criticized DMK leader Stalin for his remarks on the late Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley, and said: “He (Stalin) forgot about this culture of Tamil Nadu, which prevents people from commenting on people who are no longer. “
Shah said Prime Minister Modi and Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami understood the problems of ordinary people. “Thus, the government of Tamil Nadu has twice renounced loans to farmers in difficulty and Prime Minister Modi supports them with ??6,000 per year. PM Modi and AIADMK understand what the Dalit wants! It was the government of the NDA that appointed a Dalit president of India. Our head of state is also a Dalit, “he added.
The Union Minister also said that Jallikattu could be banned again if Congress-DMK returns to power, as promised in their manifesto in 2016.