Stalin reiterates that efforts to destroy Dravidian movement won’t succeed
DMK working president M.K. Stalin on Friday reiterated that nobody can destroy the Dravidian movement in Tamil Nadu.
Speaking at a wedding function of a party cadre, Mr. Stalin said there is history of many trying to smear the Dravidian movement, unsuccessfully. “So many people are trying to destroy the Dravidian movement. We are seeing new people coming in [making political foray]. But, under no circumstance can such people put even a stain on the movement,” he said.
Mr. Stalin has been harping on the issue of the attempted destruction of the Dravidian movement ever since Tamil superstar actor Rajinikanth met DMK Chief M. Karunanidhi at his residence and sought his blessings for entering the political arena.
The DMK leader further said that once the High Court gives its verdict on a batch of cases related to the floor test and disqualification of 18 MLAs, the government would fall.
“The government will fall the next day after the verdict comes. Elections will be held immediately. When that happens, the DMK will come to power and put an end to the miseries faced by the people,” Mr. Stalin said.