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‘Fascism Will Fall, INDIA Will Win’: TN CM Stalin Launches DMK’s Official Campaign for Lok Sabha Election

DMK President and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. K. Stalin has announced the launch of the party’s campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, citing DMK MP Kanimozhi’s public meeting in Tirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu as the starting point.

The official campaign commenced with a series of public meetings titled ‘Urimaigalai Meetka Stalinin Kural’ (Stalin’s voice to reclaim rights) across the Lok Sabha constituencies in Tamil Nadu and the lone seat in Puducherry.

CM Stalin said, “DMK started parliamentary election campaign! This voice, which has started sounding in the southern tip of India to restore the rights of Tamil Nadu, will echo in the north and restore the pride of India! Fascism will fall! #INDIA wins!”

Kanimozhi also commented on the party meeting on X, stating, “Our party’s campaign rally in Tirunelveli heralded the impending victory of the I.N.D.I.A. bloc in the forthcoming parliamentary elections. We must recognize that the triumph of the BJP, which deceives people from all backgrounds and fosters division, is a blow to Indian democracy. Down with fascism! Let India emerge victorious!”

It is worth noting that DMK initiated seat-sharing talks with all its alliance partners, including Congress, Left parties, and VCK. Earlier, CM Stalin urged party workers to strive to secure all 39 seats in Tamil Nadu and the lone seat in Puducherry in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

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