Superstar Rajinikanth congratulates TN Chief Minister-elect MK Stalin as DMK wins Tamil Nadu!

It's all over for ADMK as the DMK alliance has ousted the ADMK regime from the reign and is all set to form the new government after a decade. Stalin-led DMK alliance has been leading in 158 seats and with the trend would be unchanged, it is confirmed that DMK has won Tamil Nadu and Stalin will be swearing-in as the Chief Minister for the first time. 

As the vote-counting of the crucial assembly polls had revealed that Stalin is the people's choice to rule the state for the next five years, several national leaders and notable figures have been wishing Tamil Nadu Chief Minister-elect MK Stalin for registering a resounding victory. In line with that, Superstar Rajinikanth has extended his wish to Stalin over his impressive win. 

Rajinikanth had released a statement and extended his congratulation. Taking to Twitter, the superstar actor has put out the statement in which he has said, "I heartily congratulate my dear friend respected MK Stalin, who efficiently and restlessly worked in the elections and won, that he lives with good life and health and he rules in a way of satisfying the people of all backgrounds and that he earns reputation by transforming Tamil Nadu into a prosperous state."

DMK's win is in fact a landslide victory as it has secured such a big victory for the first since 1996. It has been reported that Stalin will swear in as the Chief Minister on May 10 and the election results had shocked the ADMK as several senior ministers had lost the race to the DMK. Stalin has won the Kolathur constituency for the third consecutive time and this time, he swept the seat with the margin of over 20,000 votes.

ADMK's Edppadi Palaniswami had also won the Edappadi constituency in a huge margin while BJP has got the lead in the Coimbatore South constituency. As it was official that Stalin will become the next Chief Minister, several national leaders had congratulated him. Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to Twitter and wrote, "Congratulations to Thiru @mkstalin and @arivalayam for the victory in the Tamil Nadu assembly elections. We shall work together for enhancing national progress, fulfilling regional aspirations, and defeating the COVID-19 pandemic." He also thanked the people of Tamil Nadu who supported the NDA. 

"I would like to thank the people of Tamil Nadu who supported NDA. I assure the people of Tamil Nadu that we will keep working towards the state’s welfare and to further popularise the glorious Tamil culture. I applaud our Karyakartas for their hard work", the Prime Minister added. In line with the Prime Minister, the Union Home Minister had also wished and congratulated Stalin for his victory in Tamil Nadu. 

The Home Minister has texted his wish in English and Tamil. Taking to Twitter, Amit Shah said, "In the last 5 years, NDA has served the people of Tamil Nadu with utmost devotion. We humbly accept the mandate and assure our sisters & brothers that NDA under the leadership of PM @narendramodi Ji will continue to work relentlessly for the development and prosperity of Tamil Nadu."    

Congress leader and former party's president Rahul Gandhi said, "Congratulations to Shri MK Stalin for the victory. People of Tamil Nadu have voted for change and we will, under your leadership, prove to be a confident step in that direction. Best wishes." While the national leaders have been wishing MK Stalin on social media, several state-level bureaucrats and authorities had thronged at his residence in Chennai to exchange their wishes to the Chief Minister-elect. 

Responding to the Prime Minister, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister-elect MK Stalin said, "Thank you Hon'ble Prime Minister @narendramodi for your kind wishes. I look forward to working with the Union Government to fulfill the aspirations of the State. Through federal cooperation, I am sure we will overcome COVID-19 and chart the post-pandemic growth story."

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