DMK attacks AIADMK’s alleged ‘cutout culture’
The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, the main opposition party in the state of Tamil Nadu, has strongly criticised the alleged ‘cutout culture’ of its prime rival All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, the party which rules the southernmost state of the country, as a young lady has lost her life in the accident caused by a ‘cutout’.
DMK chief Stalin says that he has already advised his party workers not to use any ‘cutouts’ that affects the normal life of people in the programs organised by the party.
He asserts that those workers who defy the party order will be punished. He says that he will attend any event which violates the party’s stand on the issue of ‘cutouts’.
The AIADMK has not yet responded in the issue. The ‘cutouts’ issue has created a huge sentiment in the state, against the ‘cutouts’ culture of the political parties. What the DMK tries is to channelize that negative anger towards the AIADMK. The main opposition party purposefully hides the fact that the DMK also uses the support of ‘cutouts’ in abundance.
To escape from this trap, it is pertinent that the ruling party of the state should come up with a powerful narrative clearly announcing its stand on the matter of ‘cutouts’.
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