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Tamil Nadu BJP chief warns state police indirectly for their rude behaviour during BJP demonstration in Coimbatore

Tamil Nadu BJP chief Annamalai said on Tuesday that the party shouldn't be held accountable if the state polls and the general elections are held simultaneously in 2024.

By wasmulhaq 
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Chennai: Tamil Nadu Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Annamalai said on Tuesday that the party shouldn’t be held accountable if the state polls and the general elections are held simultaneously in 2024. He stated this while indirectly warning the state police, who were believed to have behaved rudely during the BJP demonstration in Coimbatore.

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He also lashed out at the police for detaining the president of the Coimbatore district BJP head. Along with this, the police beat up BJP workers during the party’s protest. He said that the saffron party would not be responsible for any departmental action taken against police officials who allegedly misbehaved with BJP cadres.

“Any departmental action against any policeman who touched us is not attributable to us. Don’t blame us if you don’t receive your pension after retirement, “Annamalai remarked.”

He further added that 99 per cent of policemen are honest and good-natured and refuse to work against their conscience to side with the ruling government. Even if they are transferred to rural areas, they will not be deterred. There are also such police officers. Please bear with me for a few more days. “

The day is not far away when BJP workers lay siege to the CM’s house, “said Annamalai.”

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