Migrant Case | Tamil Nadu: Case filed against BJP state president Annamalai, accused of inciting violence


K Annamalai

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Chennai: Chennai: The atmosphere in Tamil Nadu has been going bad for the last several days. There is a situation of migration here. It is being told that the local people of Tamil Nadu are fighting with the people of North India including UP-Bihar. Many of its videos are also being seen on social media. After the situation deteriorated, the Tamil Nadu government has said that the atmosphere here is fine. On the issue of migrant workers, Chennai Police said that under section 153, 153A(1)(a),505(1)(b) IPC 505(1)(c) IPC in CCB Cyber ​​Crime Division, BJP State President Annamalai ) for inciting violence and promoting enmity between the two.

Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi urged North Indian laborers in Tamil Nadu not to panic and feel unsafe. They say that the people of Tamil Nadu are very nice and friendly. The state government is committed to provide security to the North Indian laborers.

KM Subramanian of Tiruppur Exporters Association said that today we have held a meeting with a high level committee on the issue of migrant labourers. Fake news is being spread by some people on social media. There is a good relationship between local and migrant laborers. The police and Tiruppur administration held a meeting with trade and industry associations and representatives of migrant workers on the issue of alleged attacks on migrants.

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According to the information, on January 14, local youths were leaving cigarette smoke on the North Indian at the tea shop. When there was a dispute, the North Indians gathered and made the local people run away. The local people made the video viral. Tamil organizations told that North Indians are killing Tamils. After this it became an issue of Tamil pride. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin spoke to Bihar CM Nitish Kumar amid incidents of alleged targeting of laborers from North India in Tamil Nadu.


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