PM Cares Fund, CAG report, Manipur… Udhayanidhi asked PM Modi for 9 years of accounting on these issues

Amidst the uproar over the Sanatan issue, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin’s son Udhayanidhi Stalin, a minister in the state government, wrote to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been targeted for PM Cares Fund, CAG report, Manipur violence and nine years of work. He alleged that the issue of Sanatan is a ploy of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to divert attention from the issue of Manipur and Rs 7.5 crore corruption. Udhayanidhi posted on X (Twitter) that if religion divides people in the name of caste, teaches untouchability and slavery, then I will first oppose religion.

He alleged that Prime Minister Modi and His allies resort to these issues to win elections. Stalin said that the issue of Sanatan has been raised to hide the deaths in Manipur and the corruption of Rs 7.5 crore. Stalin said that Prime Minister Modi claims that he collected money for the Corona epidemic through PM Cares, but he never responded to the CAG report as to where the Rs 7.5 crore came from. He is traveling the world with his friend Gautam Adani to avoid Manipur issue. 

Stalin said, seeking action based on false news
Stalin said that it is not surprising that Union Minister Amit Shah and other ministers and chief ministers of BJP-ruled states are demanding action against him on the basis of false news. He said that we respect all religions and all people are equal. The letter also questioned the work done by Prime Minister Modi during his 9-year tenure and said that he has not done anything. Stalin said that PM Modi only did demonetisation, erected walls to hide slums, built a new parliament building, installed Singol in the new parliament and now efforts are on to change the name of the country.

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