School Event Should Not Be Like Political Ceremony Says MK Stalin

CM Stalin
CM Stalin

Chief Minister Stalin got angry with the party for putting up welcoming banners who had come to launch the "ennum eluthum" program in the Tiruvallur district.

The occasional placing of banners on behalf of political parties can lead to accidents and fatalities. The courts have thus condemned the political parties that put up the banner.

In this situation, the school education department is implementing a program called  "ennum eluthum" to improve the ability of students to study from class one to class three.

The inauguration ceremony was held at the  Puzhal Panchayat Union Middle School in the Thiruvallur district yesterday. Chief Minister M.K Stalin came to take part in the ceremony. Many DMK ministers had gathered at Madhavaram Roundabout, Puzhal, Kavangarai, Chengundram and Vadakara to welcome him.

Band arrangements were also made. Banners, including party flags, were erected along the road. Large crowds of volunteers caused traffic congestion on the Chennai-Kolkata National Highway, GNT Road and 100-feet road.

Chief Minister Stalin, who left for the show in the morning, was informed that the banner had been put up. Thus he became angry. He ordered that a school event should not be greeted like a political ceremony. Subsequently, the banners that were disrupted by the people on the road were then removed by the police.

Party members, who were waiting to be welcomed in this rage, went to Chief Stalin's school program without saying anything to the volunteers and without signing. Leading DMK members, including the district secretary, were told not to place the banner in a way that would offend the public.