Tamil Nadu: Dravida Munnen Kazhagam (DMK ie DMK) President and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin turned 70 on Wednesday. He did a big program in Chennai, in which all the big leaders of the opposition were called.
National Conference Chief and former Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge arrived and congratulated CM Stalin.
Tamil Nadu | A huge crowd gathers to participate in a program organised in Chennai for the 70th birthday celebrations of CM MK Stalin
Opposition leaders, including NC chief Farooq Abdullah & Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge, have arrived in Chennai to participate in the program pic.twitter.com/7xCb1hYAcT
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Stalin’s initiative to unite is excellent
Farooq Abdullah said that India is a country of unity in diversity. If we protect diversity, we will protect unity. So I think trying to unite India from Kashmir to Kanyakumari is a good start.
Leader will be decided at the time of victory
He said that when we all unite and win, then we will decide who is the best person to lead and unite this country. Let us inform that earlier TMC MP Shatrughan Sinha had called West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee a strong face against PM Modi.
Whereas, on MK Stalin’s PM candidature, Farooq Abdullah said why not? Why can’t he become PM? what’s wrong with that?
“Why not? Why can’t he become the PM? What’s wrong with that?” : Former Jammu and Kashmir CM Farooq Abdullah on MK Stalin’s PM candidature, Chennai pic.twitter.com/yvTXJm6aGI
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PM Modi-Rahul gave congratulations
CM Stalin cut the cake on his birthday on Wednesday. Then paid homage at the mausoleums of former CMs M Karunanidhi and CN Annadurai at Marina beach. He then reached the memorial of reformist leader Periyar EV Ramasamy and paid floral tributes.
The CM presented saplings to the party workers who came to meet him. Stalin has been congratulated by leaders like PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi, Sitaram Yechury etc.
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