DMK rules to expand Dravidian policies instead of implementing election manifesto DMK – VHP founder Vedantham

Madurai District Conference was held on behalf of Visva Hindu Parishad and Grama Kovil Priests Council at Karumathur near Usilampatti, Madurai District, under the chairmanship of Visva Hindu Parishad Founder Vedantham, State President Gopal.
The function was attended by various political figures including former minister Cellur Raju, general secretary of the All India Forward Bloc state Kadiravan and more than 500 priests from more than 100 village temples in the Madurai district.
At the end of the day, Vedanta, the founder of the Visva-Hindu Parishad, told reporters that the DMK, which came to power by advertising Stalin as the next dawn fighter, was acting in stark contrast to Hindutva policies.
The DMK has forgotten the promises made in the election manifesto and instead has expanded its policies.
He said it was “painful” that since the day he came to power, he had blindly demolished more than 175 village temples in the outlying areas.
He inspected the temples like this and said that the lease should be given in the name of the temple to the legendary temples

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