Naam Thamizhar party leader Seeman has trolled BJP party that they can never win and form government in Tamilnadu. In Chennai, the Naam Thamizhar party had celebrated freedom fighter Velu Naachiyaar's 222nd Memorial Day, and during the event, Seeman had interacted with the media. In this speech, he had come down heavily against BJP party.
He said that BJP had never really cared about Tamilnadu and never cared about its people and that Tamilnadu people are just votes for them. During Gaja cyclone itself it was proven as the central government headed by Modi never did not visit the affected areas nor did they help by providing relief materials.
He said people of Tamilnadu are affected without water from Kaveri or Palaru while BJP wants Lotus to blossom. He trolled saying, in Tamilnadu, Padarthamarai (ringworm) might blossom but Thamarai (lotus) will never blossom.
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