MK Stalin with son Udhayanidhi
Udhayanidhi, son of DMK president M K Stalin, utilised “hugely inappropriate, abusive language” in opposition to Chief Minister K Palaniswami and the AIADMK government, the ruling party’s spokesperson and former MLA R M Babu Murugavel alleged in his criticism.
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The AIADMK on Wednesday lodged a complaint with the Director Standard of Police J K Tripathy in opposition to DMK youth wing secretary Udhayanidhi Stalin, alleging intimidatory speech in his poll campaign tantamount to infringing public peace and sought action versus him. Udhayanidhi, son of DMK president M K Stalin, applied “highly inappropriate, abusive language” versus Main Minister K Palaniswami and the AIADMK authorities in his marketing campaign on Tuesday at Kattumannarkoil in Cuddalore district, the ruling party’s spokesperson and former MLA R M Babu Murugavel alleged in his grievance.
Assembly elections are owing in Tamil Nadu in the course of April- Might 2021 and events have started an early poll marketing campaign. Citing usage of sure Tamil words and phrases to urge people today to dislodge the incumbent government, Murugavel, who is also the party’s lawful wing joint secretary, alleged that the speech fanned hate and was tantamount to infringing public tranquility.
Also, Udhayanidhi in his campaign in Thanjavur district, named a top position state law enforcement official and ‘intimidated’ him, which was in effect stopping a authorities officer from discharging his responsibilities independently, he said. The AIADMK office-bearer sought acceptable authorized action from Udhayanidhi beneath the Indian Penal Code.