Home Minister Amit Shah reached Chennai amid souring relations between BJP and AIADMK – Union Home Minister Amit Shah reached Chennai amid sour ties between BJP and AIADMK


Activists welcomed former BJP president Amit Shah on arrival in Chennai


In Tamil Nadu, the tensions between the ruling AIADMK and the ally BJP are increasing. Amid this tension in the relationship, senior BJP leader Amit Shah arrived in Chennai on Saturday. Union Home Minister and former BJP President Amit Shah was given a grand welcome in Chennai. Shah arrived on a busy road with his supporters standing outside the airport, where he was accorded a grand welcome by the workers outside the scheduled event. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister E Palaniswami, Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam, Senior Cabinet Minister and State BJP President L Murugan received him at the airport.

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Shah has arrived in Tamil Nadu on a two-day tour. The former BJP president has arrived here to give an edge to the BJP’s strategy before the assembly election next year. They will also address BJP workers. Amit Shah will inaugurate a new reservoir in Chennai. Along with the second phase of Chennai Metro, the foundation stone for projects worth about 67 thousand crore rupees in Tamil Nadu. Shah’s visit is taking place at a time when there is a growing problem between the ruling AIADMK and its ally BJP over many issues.

The alliance remains hopeful
However, BJP sources say that they are confident that their alliance with the AIADMK will remain and that the AIADMK Shah’s visit as a regional party does not make any political sense. The AIADMK says that Shah has reached Chennai on an official visit.


Differences emerged regarding BJP’s Vetri Vail Yatra
In recent days, deep differences have emerged between the BJP and AIADM on two issues. This includes using AIADMK founder MG Ramachandran with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the BJP’s recent Vetri Vail Yatra and BJP’s campaign campaign. The BJP’s Vetri Vail Yatra was scheduled to be held from November 6 to December 6, a Shobha Yatra to be held across the state in honor of Lord Muruga.

First election after Jayalalitha and Karunanidhi’s death
The AIADMK government did not allow it to be taken out in view of Kovid-19. But the BJP said that it is being stopped due to its annual visit and the anti-Hindu agenda of some parties. Then AIADMK was unhappy with the use of MGR’s face in the BJP’s promotional video. There are elections in Tamil Nadu within six months. This is the first assembly election after the death of two veteran state leaders Jayalalithaa and Karunanidhi of DMK.

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