DMK hits back at BJP President Nadda on corruption charges


DMK strongly condemned the allegation on Thursday BJP National President JP Nadda accused his government of corruption and demanded that he stop unloading ‘sacks of lies’.

The ruling party said the allegations of misgovernance and corruption by Nadda were mere political vendettas and wondered whether such allegations against it were either to hide the BJP’s own “dirt” or the DMK’s agricultural laws and farmers’ support. In view of fierce opposition. ‘ against.

The DMK said Nadda’s allegations were baseless, false and baseless.

DMK organizing secretary RS Bharathi said in a statement that the top BJP leader should stop carrying “sacks of lies” while participating in political events in Tamil Nadu.

Rajya Sabha MP Bharti also praised Chief Minister MK Stalin and underlined the CM’s everyday initiatives related to rain and flood relief and his party’s ‘good governance’.

He said it was surprising that Nadda criticized the DMK regime, which was working only for the welfare of the people.

On Wednesday, Nadda, who presided over a party program in Tamil Nadu, had alleged, “When we talk about Tamil Nadu, I can say that the work this government is doing is a government full of corruption. DMK and corruption are two sides of the same coin.

Hitting out at Nadda over the allegations of “dynasty” and “family rule” against the DMK, Bharti said it was a “shameful” allegation and false propaganda.

The DMK MP claimed that it was the BJP which carried out family politics across the country by making ‘successor’ MLAs and MPs.