Lenin falls in Tripura, Tamil Nadu BJP says statues of Dravidian symbol Periyar next
Tamil Nadu BJP pioneers commended the destroying of a statue of the Russian Communist Vladimir Lenin by anticipating a comparative destiny for similarities of Erode Venkata Ramasamy, a symbol of the Dravidian development.
Ramasamy, frequently essentially called “Periyar”, was the organizer of a gathering that can be said to have fathered developments drove – at various circumstances in Tamil Nadu’s history – by C Annadurai, K Karunanidhi, MG Ramachandran and J Jayalalalithaa.
A pragmatist, Periyar embraced hostile to Brahminism, contradicted obligatory guideline in Hindi, and proposed the foundation of a different Dravidian state.
“Today, Lenin’s statue in Tripura. Tomorrow, the statue of the rank aficionado EVR Ramasamy,” H Raja, a BJP national secretary, composed on Facebook. The scupture was brought down in the Tripuran town of Bellonia – as yells of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” rang out – inside days of a well known BJP win in the north-eastern Communist bastion. Subramanian Swamy, a BJP MP who is from Tamil Nadu, said Lenin was “a psychological oppressor as it were.”
H Raja’s post is no longer on his page, yet a Tamil Nadu Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha official denied that it was erased.
A “sorted out swarm detailed it on Facebook and brought it down,” said SG Suryah.
Suryah himself had much to say in regards to Periyar. “BJP successful(ly) finished the fall of Lenin in Tripura! Can hardly wait for the fall of EV Ramasamy statues in Tamil Nadu,” read one of his tweets.
MK Stalin, the working leader of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), said H Raja ought to be captured under the Goondas Act and imprisoned, the Indian Express revealed.
Thol Thirumavalavan, the pioneer of the Dravidian party Vidudhalai Chiruthaigal Katchi, was cited in the report as saying, “Disregard Raja, not even his ancestors would have the capacity to touch Periyar statue.”
Dravidian parties, particularly the DMK and the occupant All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, have overwhelmed Tamil Nadu’s governmental issues for quite a long time. In any case, could a Tripura-like bombshell be on the cards after the demise of J Jayalalithaa?
State decisions are as yet three years away, however a saffron surge in Tamil still seems far-fetched. An India Today-Karvy Insights assessment survey (directed crosswise over 77 Tamil Nadu get together bodies electorate) proposed that the DMK would have developed successful if surveys had been held in January, with 34 for every penny of the vote share. The AIADMK would have gotten 26 for every penny.
In the present Tamil Nadu get together, there isn’t a solitary BJP legislator. In a bypoll held in Chennai’s RK Nagar, the BJP competitor surveyed less votes than the None Of The Above choice.
(This Story Originating From INDIATODAY)