Bid to impose Hindi will not succeed: Stalin

The BJP’s work of destroying Tamil by imposing Hindi and spreading religious hatred among people in TN would not succeed, said DMK chief MK Stalin.

In his poll campaign at Gobi on Sunday for Bhavani, Anthiyur, Gobi, Bhavani Sagar candidates he said that there is a minister in your district.

When the CM Edapadi was not in power, he acted humbly before Education Minister Sengottaiyan.

So, he was now ill treating Sengottaiyan by making announcements contrary to Sengottaiyan’s announcements.

For example when Senkottayan announced that the Class 10 examination was not canceled, the CM cancelled the exam next day.

Sengottaiyan, announced that the schools would not be reopened, the next day the CM announced that the schools would reopen.

In addition, the Minister is not aware of the reports issued by the school education authorities.

He is unable to make any major progress in the school education system. He was silent on safffronisation of education, and did not give jobs to thousands of TET qualified teachers and check new education policy, NEET etc.

Once the DMK comes to power, jobs would be given to the TET qualified.

Sengottaiyan promised to bring an arts and polytechnic colleges, expand Erode-Gobi-Mysore road and many more, but did not fulfil them.

Work began to improve Keeripallam canal but it was stopped. Rs 52 crore was allotted for improving water project at Gobi but nothing was done.

He assured to implement everything stated in the election manifesto. We have met all sections of the people of Tamil Nadu for this election and asked their opinion.

On that basis we have given 505 promises in election manifesto including Weavers Co-operative Bank, Anna Silk Board at Kancheepuram, Government Yarn Procurement Center, Credit Assistance to Silk Industry, 300 Units of power for Handloom, 1000 Units for powerloom weavers, Weavers Housing Subsidy,
Rs.1,000 / – per month for home makers,
free bus travel for women in town buses, 40 per cent of government jobs for women, a home-based medical assistance scheme for pregnant women, reduce petrol, diesel prices, a subsidy of Rs.100 per gas cylinder etc.

So, he appealed to the people to vote for secular democratic front led by DMK. Party north district secretary Nallasivam presided over the meeting.

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