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Stalin writes letter to leaders to nominate representatives for his All India Federation for Social Justice

Chennai, Feb 2 (BPNS)

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and President of DMK, M.K. Stalin has written a letter to 37 leaders across the country to nominate representatives for the All India Federation for Social Justice which he has launched recently.

Stalin has written letters to senior leaders across the country including Sonia Gandhi, Lalu Prasad Yadav, Farooq Abdulla, Jagan Mohan Reddy, Chandrasekara Rao, Uddav Thackrey, Mayavati, OPS, Vaiko, Chandrababu Naidu, Thol Thirumavalavan, S. Ramadoss, and other leaders.

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister had while addressing a webinar on Republic Day said that he would be soon launching an All India Federation for Social Justice and said that those who are concerned about social justice will be part of it. He had also said that this federation will provide strong suggestions for all the states to agree to laws related to social justice.

Stalin had then said,” Everything for everyone will be the basis of this federation, which will work to achieve the principles of federalism and social justice.”

He had also said that the seeds of social justice sown by the Dravidian movement have spurted across the country and had said that his new initiative will be launched at the earliest and would write to senior leaders across the country to nominate their representatives in the movement.

The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister had also said that ensuring the movement will ensure social justice in all spheres, not merely in employment and education.