BJP: The AIADMK has scrutinized partner BJP for utilizing a photo of M G Ramachandran (MGR), AIADMK author and entertainer, in a video to advance its “Vel Yatra”. “Don’t they have a head,” asked senior AIADMK serve D Jayakumar, adding that no other gathering has the “ethical option to utilize MGR’s picture”.
The three-minute music video, delivered by the state BJP unit’s social wing a week ago, shows a photo of MGR, while the Tamil verses allude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a “hamsam” (meaning courier) of “Ponmanachemmal”, a name prevalently used to allude to MGR in political revitalizes and gathering writing.
The “Vel Yatra”, observing Lord Muruga, is being viewed as an endeavor to combine Hindu votes in the state, particularly among Muruga aficionados who are to a great extent from in reverse networks. Starting from November 6, state BJP boss L Murugan will lead the month-long program to visit unmistakable Muruga sanctuaries in the state. BJP president J P Nadda is required to visit the state as a component of the program.
“Don’t they have a head? For what reason do they utilize our chief’s image? MGR is our chief, who established the gathering and who wished the triumph of AIADMK in the state. No other gathering has the ethical option to utilize his picture,” said Jayakumar, who is frequently deputed as the representative of the gathering and state bureau.
Murugan was not accessible for input on Tuesday. Notwithstanding, reacting to inquiries on utilizing MGR’s photo, he had said prior that Modi follows the way of MGR and works for the individuals.
A senior BJP pioneer said there was nothing incorrectly in utilizing MGR’s photo, adding that his was a daily existence that couldn’t be bound to an ideological group.
Then, the Opposition, including Dalit party VCK pioneer Thol Thirumavalavan and Left gatherings, has blamed the BJP for attempting to incite shared pressure in the state through its “Vel Yatra”. While the police have denied authorization for political gatherings during the assembly, senior authorities said they can’t deny consent for a couple of vehicles to visit a few sanctuaries.
Countering the analysis, Murugan, the state BJP boss, has stated: “The Opposition is rehashing the word collective uproars. Do they have plans to coordinate shared issues during our yatra?”
Jayakumar has cautioned against any endeavor to “trigger mutual strain”. “This state stays a paradise of harmony. Any endeavor, by any gathering, to disturb the harmony or trigger common pressure will be managed with an iron clench hand,” he said.
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