COIMBATORE: The DMK is not against Hindi but is opposed to its imposition, party working president M K Stalin said here on Tuesday. He was responding to queries at the Coimbatore International Airport on the recent milestone controversy along the Vellore-Bengaluru highway where place names in English had been replaced with Hindi.
“The Election Commission has been taking steps to prevent cash distribution by political parties to the voters in RK Nagar ahead of the by-election scheduled on April 12. Such steps should be continued,” he added.
Slamming the Narendra Modi’s government at the Centre, he said it has been a mute spectator despite around 250 farmers across the State committing suicide and a protest demanding loan waiver by Tamil Nadu farmers in Delhi entering the third week.