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TN Governor urges North Indian workers in state not to panic

Tamil Nadu Governor R.N.Ravi has urged the North Indian Migrant workers not to panic and feel insecure. In a statement on Sunday, the Governor said that the people of Tamil Nadu are very nice and friendly.

Chennai , Mar 5(BPNS)

Tamil Nadu Governor R.N.Ravi has urged the North Indian Migrant workers not to panic and feel insecure. In a statement on Sunday, the Governor said that the people of Tamil Nadu are very nice and friendly. He also said that the state government is committed to provide them security.

It may be noted that migrant North Indian workers of Tamil Nadu were panicked after social media were full Is stories on workers from North Indian states being targeted in Tamil Nadu . State Chief Minister , M.K. Stalin has said that there were no reasons to fear and that there are no such incidents in Tamil Nadu targeting migrant workers from North India. In a live programme on Saturday, the Chief Minister had said that stringent action would be taken against those spreading rumours.

The Tamil Nadu police have also assured the people of North India that there are no such issues against migrant labourers from North India in Tamil Nadu. 

Meanwhile, Tamil Nadu police have registered case against the Editor of Dhainik Bhaskar, a popular Hindi daily on spreading rumours. A case has also been registered against two more people including BJP Bihar Spokesman, Prasanth Umrao on charges of spreading fake news of attack on migrant North Indian labourers in Tamil Nadu.

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