Stalin to attend Dharmapuram Adheenam Mutt college function
On Thursday, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, M K Stalin will inaugurate the diamond jubilee celebrations of an arts college under the Dharmapuram Adheenam at Mayiladuthurai.
Stalin’s move is being seen as an attempt to get rid of the perception that the Chief Minister and his party, DMK is against Hindu Mutts and Adheenams.
The Chief Minister agreeing to attend the diamond jubilee celebrations of the college under the Adheenam, it is being looked at as a step to get the “anti-Hindu” tag removed.
Earlier, in 2022, the DMK government under Stalin banned the carrying of the Dharmapuram Adheenam seer in a palanquin by his devotees which has been an age-old practice.
The decision by the Stalin-led government had irked the BJP, RSS, and several other Hindu mutts and spiritual organizations, which came out against the decision of the state government and campaigned extensively across the state that the “atheist” DMK was trying to crush the Hindu Mutts and Adheenams.
Later, the government-backed off from the decision, and the seer was carried in the palanquin.
However, this incident led to a strong belief that the DMK was totally against Hindu beliefs, customs, and traditions.
R Gopalakrishnan, a Hindu activist at Mayiladuthurai said, “Stalin and DMK knew that the Hindu community is against this government and its continuing anti-Hindu actions. To overcome this, he has decided to attend the diamond jubilee celebrations of the college. It’s an eye wash and just to appease the Mutts and Adheenams. However, Stalin and his party will never change.”
[With Inputs from IANS]
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