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PM Modi Stays Silent On Everyday Issues, His Cabinet Focuses On Sanatan Dharma, Charges MK Stalin

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin urged the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam leaders and cadre to not react to the diversions made by the Bharatiya Janata Party over the 'Sanatan Dharma' remarks made by his son Udhayanidhi Stalin recently sparking a row in the political circle.

MK Stalin accuses BJP governemnt of using 'Sanatan Dharma' controversy to hide important issues.
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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin finally broke his silence over the 'Sanatan Dharma' controversy and slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party government for focusing on it and creating false narratives. Stalin also claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi stays silent on everyday issues that impact the citizens of the country.

In a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, MK Stalin wrote, "While the Prime Minister remains silent on everyday issues impacting the common man, his cabinet focuses on #SanatanaDharma by spreading false narratives and fuelling it with support from a few media outlets."

He further addressed the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam leaders and cadre in his message asking them to not be bothered about the diversion created by the BJP over the 'Sanatan Dharma' controversy. He wrote, "I urge our DMK leaders and cadre not to react to such diversion tactics and to continue posing questions to the BJP on #ManipurViolence, #AdaniHindenburg, a whopping 7.50 lakh crore rupees flagged in the #CAGreport, and other pressing issues, along with highlighting 9-year failures of the BJP."

Stalin claims that the BJP is trying to hide the more important issues happening in the country behind the controversy of what his son Udhayanidhi Stalin said about Sanatan Dharma.

Stalin concluded his caption saying, "We will keep on posing questions, and so will #INDIA."

Stalin in his post on the social media platform listed a number of promises that the BJP government made before coming to power and after 9 years of the government they are yet to be fulfilled. He called the BJP government 'spineless' for not doing enough for the situation in Manipur. He also mentioned that they intimidated the opposition powers in the states taking the country on a road of 'totalitarianism'. 

Further Stalin claimed that "The days of the reign of BJP are numbered".

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