AIDMK foundation day: Huge gathering, flouting social distancing rules – AIDMK foundation day: huge crowd at party headquarters, social distancing

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Massive crowd in Tamil Nadu on AIDMK Foundation Day


AIDMK foundation day: A huge crowd gathered on Saturday on the 49th foundation day of the ruling party AIDMK (AIADMK) in Tamil Nadu. At the party headquarters, social distancing was seen flying between leaders and workers. All the leaders reached the program without wearing a mask.

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Chief Minister (Chief Minister) EK Palaniswami and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam were also present at the function. A wreath competition was also seen among the leaders on the statue of former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. Instead of six yards, the distance of six inches between people was also not seen here. When Palaniswami also reached there by his vehicle, the workers surrounded him from all around. The police also remained a mute spectator during this period.

State ranked fourth in terms of Kovid
Such violation of the standards of Kovid-19 is happening in Tamil Nadu at a time when Tamil Nadu has reached the fourth position in Corona cases. Every day 4 to 5 thousand cases are coming in the state. Corona in Tamil Nadu has around 6.80 lakh total infected. While the number of dead has reached 10,529.

Next year assembly elections
Assembly elections are due in the state in March-April 2021. AIDMK has been in power in Tamil Nadu for the last two elections. While there is a trend to change the government in every five years. After the demise of the charismatic leader Jayalalithaa, this election is considered very challenging for the AIDMK, which is battling factionalism. DMK will also be in the election field this time without M. Karunanidhi.

(With input from ANI)

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