The BJP’s chief within the Tamil Nadu Meeting, Nainar Nagendran, has urged the thought of bifurcating Tamil Nadu.
This comes days after DMK chief A Raja requested the centre to grant state autonomy and never push the get together to revive its demand for a separate Tamil nation.
At a protest assembly held in southern Tamil Nadu towards the ruling DMK, Mr Nainar mentioned, “After Raja’s speech, I bought an concept. If Tamil Nadu is bifurcated, we’d be capable of deliver the centre’s schemes to individuals in a great way. If BJP involves energy, we will get extra funds.”
Demanding state autonomy, Mr Raja, a DMK chief and former Union Minister, whereas addressing the get together’s elected native physique members within the presence of Chief Minister MK Stalin a number of days in the past had mentioned, “I attraction to Amit Shah and the Prime Minister with utmost humility within the presence of my chief. Our Chief Minister follows within the footsteps of Anna. Do not push us to Periyar’s method. Do not allow us to demand a separate nation. Give state autonomy. Until then, we is not going to relaxation.”
Tamil Nadu has 234 meeting constituencies throughout 38 districts. There was no individuals’s motion or political demand for the bifurcation of the state. The BJP has a marginal presence with simply 4 seats.
The DMK says any bifurcation would solely decimate the get together within the Dravidian heartland.
DMK spokesperson TKS Elangovan instructed NDTV, “In the event that they bifurcate, the BJP would lose even the 4 MLAs it has now. They’d be thrown out. In the event that they need to bifurcate, they need to divide Uttar Pradesh, which has 403 meeting seats and 83 MPs.”
BJP’s earlier trace to carve out Kongu Nadu from the western belt together with Coimbatore had backfired final 12 months and the get together needed to disown it. Many ask if the nationwide get together is utilizing the bifurcation ploy but once more to counter DMK’s demand for autonomy or a separate nation.
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