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"Half-heartedly": DMK in response to Union minister's "Tamil Nadu" comment apology
Mar 20, 2024 12:17 pm

According to Shobha Karandlaje's assertion yesterday, Tamil Nadu was the home state of the suspect in the most recent explosion at the Rameshwaram Cafe in Bengaluru. Later on, she apologized. The ruling Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) in the state referred to Union minister Shobha Karandlaje's apologies as "half-hearted" and her remark as "pre-meditated," despite her having stated that the suspect in the recent Rameshwaram Cafe bombing in Bengaluru was from Tamil Nadu.The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which is in power at the Centre, relies on a "divisive agenda," according to DMK spokesman Saravanan Annadurai. "I have no idea how many times the BJP would denigrate the Tamil Nadu people...Do we act like terrorists? This wasn't just something that sprang out of nowhere; it was carefully thought out. She made the same statement four times. So what's the concept here? Is the Prime Minister in favor of this? Did she say all of this on the prime minister's orders? Why do people act in this way? Annadurai enquired.In addition, he questioned the veracity of her claims, unless they came from the National Investigation Agency (NIA), which is looking into the incident or has some connection to it. He declared that the people will not accept the saffron party.In addition, Annadurai took aim at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has been spending a lot of time campaigning in the southern states, particularly Tamil Nadu, in preparation for the next Lok Sabha elections. The BJP's state unit chief, K Annamalai, and senior politician Tamilisai Soundararajan were also targeted by the former. The BJP claims that the PM visits this place every other time because he loves the people and wants the state to thrive. Has the prime minister expressed disapproval of the minister's remarks? Does he has the bravery? And how are the leaders in this group doing? You care more about your party post and power than the people do. He said, "The people of Tamil Nadu will reject you outright if you do not condemn the statement."