While hitting out at the BJP, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin said that blood pressure of those who do communal politics would shoot up by seeing what happens in Tamil Nadu.
The DMK leader made a case for his party in the backdrop of the BJP’s communal protests around the Thanjavur conversion case, and just days before the Tamil Nadu urban local body elections.
“Those who do politics based on religion would be worried seeing TN, since they are trying everything to divide us but cannot do so. They are trying to defeat this government which is ruling based on social justice and equality,” Stalin said.
In a video statement, he also spoke about NEET, a raging political issue in Tamil Nadu.
“With NEET, only those children with access to coaching classes and resources can crack the exam. The state even passed a bill banning NEET but the Governor sent it back to us. But unlike the previous (AIADMK) government, we will fight these injustices,” he said.
The CM also appealed to voters in Tamil Nadu to vote for the DMK in the upcoming elections.