MK Stalin warns that India must win, or the entire country could face situations similar to Manipur and Haryana.

In a recent podcast episode released in multiple languages, including Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Hindi, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and DMK president MK Stalin criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP, stating that they had not fulfilled their pre-election promises regarding social welfare during their nine years in power at the Center. Stalin cited unfulfilled commitments, such as the promised deposit of Rs 15 lakh in every citizen’s account, doubling of farmers’ incomes, and the pledge of creating two crore jobs annually. He also expressed concern about ethnic violence in Manipur and communal clashes in Haryana, suggesting that the INDIA alliance must win to prevent the entire country from experiencing similar situations.

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Furthermore, MK Stalin accused the BJP of resorting to communalism as a distraction from issues like the privatization of public sector undertakings, the sale of Air India to a private entity, and the transfer of airports and seaports to corporations with ties to the BJP. He drew a historical parallel to the 2002 Gujarat riots, claiming that the “hatred sown in Gujarat in 2002” had contributed to sectarian violence in Manipur and communal clashes in Haryana in 2023.

Stalin emphasized that the INDIA alliance was formed to restore social justice, social harmony, federalism, secular politics, and socialism, warning that India’s future could be dire if these issues are not addressed promptly. He stressed the DMK’s commitment to federalism and accused the BJP of dividing the country along religious, caste, and language lines.

In response, the BJP argued that the DMK was the one dividing the country along these lines and defended its stance on federalism, asserting that Tamil Nadu received its due share of tax revenue from the Center.

MK Stalin’s podcast, “Speaking for India,” serves as a platform to discuss what he perceives as the “destruction of India under BJP” and promote the vision of an “egalitarian and harmonious India” supported by the opposition alliance. This podcast debut signifies a strategic move in Stalin’s political communication, potentially setting the stage for a more prominent role in national politics, particularly within the INDIA alliance.

The INDIA alliance, comprising several opposition parties, announced their intention to contest the upcoming Lok Sabha elections together as much as possible, with a focus on the campaign theme “Judega Bharat, Jeetega India” in various languages.

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