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Tamil Nadu BJP attacks DMK ally VCK over its interpretation of ‘language of separation’

Tamil Nadu BJP chief K Annamalai lashed out at the ruling DMK's alliance partner VCK for "speaking the language of separation".

By wasmulhaq 
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Chennai: Tamil Nadu BJP chief K Annamalai lashed out at the ruling DMK’s alliance partner Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi (VCK) for “speaking the language of separation”.

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K Annamalai shared a video of VCK Vanni Arasu in which he was seen declaring that his party will battle Sanathana forces using the ideologies of Anna, Periyar, and BR Ambedkar.

On the Remembrance Day for Sengodi, Vanni Arasu is heard saying in a video, “Let us promise to win complete freedom for Tamil Nadu, the rights of the Tamil people, and to transform Tamil Nadu into a distinctive State of the Indian Union This is our duty.

The leader of the Tamil Nadu BJP chief tweeted in a video and said  “Tamil Nadu is going towards a perilous path with divisive forces taking centre stage, and the DMK government is encouraging it without realising the repercussions. Their alliance speaks the language of separation.

I was not talking about making a separate Tamil Nadu; I was talking about turning Tamil Nadu into a unique state. Currently, the BJP has been trying to bring in Hindu Rashtra, but Tamil Nadu will maintain its uniqueness. That is what I intended. According to Vanni Arasu, Tamil Nadu will be one of the states that reject Hindu Rashtra.

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“Vanni Arasu, on the other hand, stated that if negotiations for Hindu Rashtra continue, the demand for a separate Tamil Nadu will be raised.”

If the Hindu Rashtra talks go in, then there is nothing wrong with seeking a separate Tamil Nadu as it is against the Constitution, “Vanni Arasu said.” 

 

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