Lok Sabha election results: Stalin sees anti-Modi wave across India | Chennai News – Times of India


CHENNAI: “I know my height,” Tamil Nadu chief minister M K Stalin repeated this famous statement of his father and former chief minister M Karunanidhi when asked about his aspirations for a national-level political role.
Addressing reporters on Tuesday evening after the Lok Sabha election results, Stalin said he would leave for New Delhi on Wednesday morning to take part in an INDIA bloc meeting.
He thanked the efforts made by INDIA leaders and cadres to defeat fascism and to safeguard democracy and the Constitution.
“In the last elections our alliance won 39 seats out of 40 in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. Now people have rewarded us with 40 out of 40,” said Stalin, dedicating the victory to his father Karunanidhi.

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“They said lotus would bloom in Tamil Nadu. But it has been disproved. It has failed to bloom in Tamil Nadu,” he said.
There has been an anti-Modi wave across the nation, but it was a little more pronounced in Tamil Nadu.
“The anti-Modi opposition wave has been fully expressed in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, and that is the reason why we have won all the 40 seats,” he said.
“BJP has now been pushed to a position where they do not have a majority to form the govt,” he said.
“We have defeated the money power unleashed by BJP. Even two days ago, they waged a psychological war in the name of exit polls. They have been proved wrong,” Stalin said.
Modi’s accolades for Tamils and Thirukkural were an attempt to hoodwink Tamils, said Stalin, adding that Modi had spoken ill of Tamils in his speeches in Odisha.

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