Senior AIADMK leader D Jayakumar criticized Annamalai and stated that he is unfit to be the BJP state president. He also mentioned that continuous criticism of their leaders will not be accepted and that Annamalai had previously criticized their leader Jayalalithaa, resulting in a resolution being passed against him.
The AIADMK leader emphasized that the decision to not have an alliance with the BJP will not affect the party’s prospects in the upcoming elections. He confidently stated that the BJP cannot set foot in Tamil Nadu and that their vote bank is known because of the AIADMK.
Annamalai, the BJP leader, defended his statement regarding Dravidian stalwart C N Annadurai, stating that he did not speak ill of him but rather mentioned an event from history. He cited news reports from 1956 to substantiate his claim.
Annamalai, an IPS officer-turned-politician, has undertaken a padyatra to spread the BJP’s message in Tamil Nadu, where the party is still trying to establish a foothold. The padyatra, which was flagged off by Union Home Minister Amit Shah in July, has seen good public participation.
★The AIADMK has announced that it is not in alliance with the BJP in Tamil Nadu and any decision on a tie-up will be taken during elections.
★The AIADMK accused Tamil Nadu BJP president Annamalai of working against an alliance between the two parties.
★The AIADMK leader criticized Annamalai for continuous criticism of their leaders and stated that he is unfit to be the BJP state president.
★The AIADMK is confident that the decision will not affect their prospects in the upcoming elections.
★Annamalai defended his statement regarding Dravidian stalwart C N Annadurai and provided news reports from 1956 to support his claim.
★Annamalai has undertaken a padyatra to spread the BJP’s message in Tamil Nadu, with good public participation.
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