The All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) alliance with the BJP will continue for the Tamil Nadu assembly elections due early next year. The ruling party's Chief Coordinator and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam made the announcement on Saturday during the visit of Union Minister Amit Shah to Chennai. At the same time, Chief Minister E. Palaniswami said that the Lok Sabha alliance will continue for the assembly elections. We have given 10 years of good governance. Our alliance will win the 2021 election. Tamil Nadu will always support PM Narendra Modi.
Amit Shah, meanwhile, praised the Tamil Nadu government for tackling the corona virus epidemic and said that the state is the best governed in the country this year according to the ranking of the Center. During the Corona epidemic, the Modi government has deposited Rs 4300 crore in the bank accounts of the poor people of Tamil Nadu. About 108.93 crore kg of food grains and 3.33 crore kg of pulses have been distributed. With this, he said that our Tamil civilization is the oldest in the world. Be it science, art, craftsmanship or freedom movement, the pioneering contribution from the great land of Tamil Nadu can never be forgotten.
During COVID-19, Modi Govt has credited ₹4300 crore in the bank accounts of our poor people of Tamil Nadu.— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) November 21, 2020
• Approx 108.93 crore Kgs of food-grains & 3.33 crore kgs of pulses have been distributed.
• About ₹917 crore transferred to 1.83 crore Mahila Jan Dhan accounts in TN. pic.twitter.com/qDaRyFjrpA
Let us tell you that Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday shocked the people when he got out of his vehicle bypassing the protocol to accept the greetings of supporters outside the airport in Chennai and started walking on the busy GST road. Shah, who arrived here on a two-day visit, later thanked the people of the city for their love.
Excited supporters also expressed happiness
On reaching Chennai from Delhi, the Union Home Minister's Chief Minister K.K. Palaniswami, Deputy Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam, senior ministers, BJP state president L.K. Murugan and others received him. On exiting the airport, Shah's car suddenly stopped and he exited the car. After this, he walked some distance and shook hands and accepted the greetings of BJP and AIADMK workers. BJP's national general secretary and in-charge of Tamil Nadu, along with CT Ravi and Murugan, expressed joy at the enthusiastic supporters gathered outside the airport since morning. However, the security personnel had to struggle a lot during this period. During his visit, Shah will meet state BJP officials and discuss the elections to be held in April-May next year.
Shah later tweeted that coming to Tamil Nadu is always wonderful. Thank you Chennai for this love and support. ' With this tweet, Shah also shared his video of walking on GST Road. Shah had earlier visited Chennai in August last year.