Shehzad Poonawalla Blames MK Stalin for Law and Order Crisis in Tamil Nadu

BJP leader Shehzad Poonawalla criticizes CM MK Stalin for the deteriorating law and order situation in Tamil Nadu following the murder of BSP president K. Armstrong, questioning the safety of Dalits and the CM's accountability.

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Chennai: BJP leader Shehzad Poonawalla has strongly criticized Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin, holding him accountable for the state's law and order situation following the murder of Tamil Nadu BSP president K. Armstrong. Poonawalla pointed out that Armstrong, a Dalit leader, was brutally killed with heavy weapons at 7 pm in Chennai, raising concerns about the safety of Dalits in the state.

"MK Stalin is directly responsible as he is the Home Minister as well. When K. Armstrong, a Dalit BSP leader, is killed at 7 pm with heavy weapons in Chennai, who is safe? No Dalit is feeling safe in Tamil Nadu," Poonawalla stated. He also highlighted the deaths of 65 Dalits in Kallakurichi, questioning the lack of action taken by the government.

Poonawalla questioned the moral right of the Chief Minister to continue in office and criticized the silence of INDI alliance leaders, including Rahul Gandhi, on the issue. "Rahul Gandhi did not speak a word about the entire killing of so many Dalits in Kallakurichi. Will he visit the houses of these Dalits? This shows his selective outreach," he added.