DMK chief afraid to criticise centre, says AIADMK
The All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam said Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam chief M K Stalin is afraid to criticise the centre since the arrest of Congress veteran leader P Chidambaram.
The statement has been made by a senior AIADMK leader, while speaking to media about the DMK’s criticism of the one nation one card scheme.
He has questioned whether he has ever raised any allegation against the central government since the arrest of the Congress leader.
The AIADMK leader assured that the new policy would not affect the existing public distribution system.
Not only has he criticised the DMK chief, but also he has criticised the former governments of the DMK.
He said his government has even sent high level representatives to foreign countries to attract investment. He has asked whether the previous DMK governments ever tried anything like this to attract investment.
The DMK is at present very strong in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It grabbed a large number of seats from the state in the recent General Election, pushing its arch rival AIADMK, another powerful regional party from the state, far behind.
What the AIADMK attempts to do with the allegation is pushing the DMK in a defenceless state by provoking its leadership.
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