''I am Kalaignar's son, no compromise with BJP-RSS'' Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Stalin's Frictioning Notion

(This article is authored by Alar)

The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister expressed his strong combat ideology against the BJP and RSS. To put it in a nutshell, the state CM, Stalin, strongly said on Tuesday at the venue organized to celebrate VCK chief Thol Thirumavalavan’s 60th birthday in the city, "DMK will not make even a minimum compromise with the BJP or RSS." Solely, his commentaries on his scheduled visit to Delhi stirred the internet, where he said that he is not going to Delhi to sing paeans and not by shutting his mouth to take instructions.

In reference to his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi, Stalin stated that as the state's chief minister, he was leaving to Delhi to request development projects and schemes from the Union government. He said, "Am I going to Delhi to fold my hands and sit to hear their (govt) orders?" I am Kalaignar's son. As the CM of Tamil Nadu, I have the responsibility to get schemes for the people of the state by speaking with the Union Government. "

Remarking on his political party ideology, Stalin quoted, "There is a relationship between the State and Union Government and not between DMK and BJP. There is no relationship between the party's ideologies. I will never compromise with DMK ideology under any circumstance. We are (VCK & DMK) together even after winning elections. This is not election friendship. Elections come and go but ideology stays. No one can separate us. This is the govt to fulfill Periyar's wishes. The DMK will never strike a compromise with the BJP and the RSS ever, even for the smallest thing,"

Stalin further said, "To dispel any doubts my allies and supporters may have. The slogan for the Dravidian model would resonate, I can assure you. We will never abandon the Dravidian philosophy, and the phrase "Dravidian Model" will live on "stated   Stalin and he claimed that no one could drive a wedge between the VCK and DMK because their "relationship" went beyond electoral politics.