Protests against Rajinikanth in Chennai people calls him Kannadiga


Superstar Rajinikanth’s political flight has been hit by an enormous controversy even before it could take off. A radical pro Tamil group has restricted the Thalaivar’s concept of joining politics. The group said Kannadiga Rajini should to avoid Tamil politics. Individuals from a Tamil fringe Group burnt an effigy of Rajinikanth challenging his entrance into politics. Police set up a cordon outside Rajinikanth’s Poes Garden house in Chennai today as the group attempted to lay attack. A portion of the dissidents even attempted to irritate the cops guarding Rajini’s residence.

Fringe Group Tamilar Munnetra Padai protested against Rajinikanth’s entrance into Tamil Nadu politics. “He is a Kannadiga and he can’t enter politics in Tamil Nadu,” said Veeralakshmi, a protester.

Security has been fixed outside Tamil superstar Rajinikant’s home after protests by pro Tamil Group Tamilar Munnetra Padai saying ‘Kannadiga shouldn’t rule Tamil Nadu’.

A week ago Rajinikanth said in statement “I lived in Karnataka for a 23 years and in Tamil Nadu for 43 years. In spite of the fact that I came as a Marathi from Karnataka, you individuals sustained me, made me a genuine Tamilian,”

Tamil Nadu Congress Committee President Su Thirunavukkarasar said that he trusts Rajinikanth won’t join any national or local political party however will just buoy his own particular gathering.”As a friend who has known him for 35-40 years what I believe is he won’t join any national or regional party. He will just buoy another gathering,” the TNCC boss said.

His comments came in the midst of solid signs from the performing artist over his conceivable political dive, other than BJP’s endeavors to charm him to join the national party.

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