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‘New Party office in Delhi symbolizes DMK’s indispensability in national politics’ , Stalin

- March 30, 2022

Chennai, March 30 (BPNS)

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin said that the new party office named ‘Anna- Kalignar Arivalyam’ to be inaugurated by him in New Delhi on April 2  is a symbol of DMK’s indispensability in national politics.

In a letter to cadres, the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister who is also the president of the DMK said that the three-storied offices which is being constructed at Deen Dayal Upadhyaya marg is built according to Dravidian architecture.

Stalin said that the new office has all the amenities of a modern building and has a library also. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister said that the inaugural event is set to write the history of southern India in New Delhi and said that the office is a vital space for the party and its policies and a vehicle to implement the ‘Dravidian model’.

He said that he would call on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah on April 2nd and the meetings were lined up for discussing with them regarding the financial allocation for the projects in Tamil Nadu, share to the state in central taxes including GST as also on the money allocated for flood relief.

The Chief Minister said that the office is named after two towering leaders of the party, former Chief Ministers, late C.N. Annadurai and Kalaignar Karunanidhi, and is named after them as ‘Anna- Kalaignar Arivalayam’.

It may be noted that DMK is making the April 2 inauguration of the party office in New Delhi a major political event to catapult Chief Minister, M.K. Stalin into the national stage. There have been discussions of Stalin emerging as a front-line leader in alliance with the Congress party against the BJP in the 2024 Lok sabha elections.