Crop, the edu loan exemption was DMK’s idea, says KN Nehru | Trichy news


Trichy / Madurai: Participating in the protests against fuel price hikes organized by the DMK in Trichy on Monday, the party’s main secretary, KN Nehru, criticized Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami for “being an imitator” by following the plans of the DMK regarding the waiver of the crop loan to gain political momentum.
He said that the chairman of the DMK, Deputy Stalin, was the one who had promised the waiver of loans for crops, loans to self-help groups and loans for education once he came to power.
“Our secretaries and district officials wanted the announcements to appear in the election manifesto. The state government got wind of it and calls it after its insurance. ”
DMK Trichy Southern District held the protest near Anna’s statue in Chinthamani. DMK Southern District Secretary Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi and others also attended. The secretaries of the North and Center districts Kaduvetti Thiagarajan and K Vairamani also organized the demonstration near the collector’s office in Trichy. They launched slogans against the state and central governments over rising fuel prices. A two-wheeler mounted on an oxcart was presented to mark the sky-high price of gasoline, diesel and LPG.
Regarding MNM Chairman Kamal Haasan’s comment on DMK’s “appreciations” for the alliance, Nehru said, “We didn’t say there was no chance. We didn’t know if he was speaking. Our leader will only take one call to the alliance, ”he said, adding that separate teams would look into the preparation of the manifesto and the alliance talks.
Meanwhile, DMK workers also staged protests against rising fuel prices at the Ambiga theater in Anna Nagar in the city of Madurai. A few hundred party activists took part in the protest led by the former minister and secretary of the northern urban district of DMK Pon Muthuramalingam and the secretary of the southern urban district, G Thalapathi. Protesters brandished slogans against the state and central governments. They demanded the immediate withdrawal of the price hike as it would push up the price of commodities. They threatened to intensify the protest if the price of the duel was not lowered. Many police officers were deployed on the spot. Vehicles were diverted by other roads as a result of the protest. The CPM held a street corner meeting in the evening in Ponnagaram to protest the rising fuel prices.

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