Chennai sources made a statement that Tamilnadu created many spiritual leaders including those from Jains to serve the people. Meanwhile this was also the objective of the late chief minister J. Jayalalitha, who had taken a political path. Accordingly Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami said in Acharya Shree Mahashraman Chaturmas Pravas Vyavastha Samiti held in the city, on Saturday. “Jain saints and late Chief Minister J. Jayalalitha converge on same ideals”.
Meanwhile when praising the state’s contribution to the spiritual world, Palaniswami said that India is a temple and the presiding deity is Tamilnadu. He said “Great scholars and saints have worked towards bringing peace in the world”. Furthermore when speaking about the former chief minister Jayalalitha, he said that the party members regard her as a great leader.
Palaniswami said “Like Krishna, who rendered the ‘Geeta’ to Arjun, AlADMK
members look up to the teachings of ‘Amma’. We hail her as our guru till death”.
Events at Karunanidhi Statue opening! Yesterday, the late former DMK Chief M Karunanidhi's statue was unveiled at the Anna Arivalayam in Chennai, and besides, the already installed statue of Anna was also renovated. Congress senior leader Sonia Gandhi had arrived to the event and inaugurated the statue, and the event was graced by the Chief Ministers of three states, Chandrababu Naidu, Pinarayi Vijayan and Narayanasamy.
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