Chennai: TNCC on Saturday pronounced there was ‘no politics’ in a celebration vice-president Rahul Gandhi visiting Apollo Hospital where Chief Minister Jayalalithaa is being treated and also announced a one-day quick on 15 Oct opposite a Centre on a Cauvery issue.
TNCC President Su Thirunavukkarasar pronounced Rahul Gandhi had visited a sanatorium on “humanitarian grounds” and out of “courtesy” to “enquire about a health of AIADMK supremo and Chief Minister Jayalalithaa and to offer support if needed.”
There was positively no politics in a visit, he told reporters.
Thirunavukkarasar pronounced his celebration would reason a one-day quick on 15 Oct in Tiruchirappalli on a Cauvery emanate opposite a BJP-led Union government, that had “betrayed” a interests of Tamil Nadu and a farmers.
The TNCC arch pronounced a mount of a Union supervision that a Supreme Court does not have “jurisdiction to approach it to consecrate a Cauvery Management Board” was shocking.
“This is like rubbing salt to a wound. The BJP-led supervision during a Centre has taken a mount opposite Tamil Nadu to benefit domestic mileage (in Karnataka). This is a large misapplication committed opposite Tamil Nadu,” he said.
On a range for domestic realignment forward of a 2019 Parliamentary polls in perspective of Rahul’s visit, he pronounced “elections to a Parliament are scarcely 3 years away. There is no need to consider about it now.”
Rahul had on Friday interacted with doctors during Apollo Hospital and enquired about Jayalalithaa’s health. He wished her a rapid liberation and pronounced she was improving.