DMK President MK Stalin along with party workers on Monday held a massive protest against the AIADMK-led State government over the state’s water crisis. The massive protest was held at State’s capital Chennai where DMK workers carried empty pots in their hands.
Slamming the state government, DMK Chief MK Stalin said the state government did nothing to resolve the problems faced by people with the water crisis. ‘Here are the pots but where is the water’, asked DMK President.
Chennai: Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) President MK Stalin joins DMK workers holding protest in Chepak, against the #TamilNadu government over acute water crisis in the city. pic.twitter.com/iEcJDriLAX
— ANI (@ANI) June 24, 2019
DMK MP from Chennai Lok Sabha Seat Dhayanidhi Maran slammed Tamil Nadu Chief Edappadi K Palanisamy and said he is doing nothing and blaming the rain for the crisis.
In the meantime, DMK Sriperumbudur MP TR Baalu has given a notice in the Lok Sabha over the water crisis of the state.
Earlier, A similar protest was organized which was attended by Kanimozhi. She said in a tweet, ‘While participating in a protest demonstration on behalf of the Tamil Nadu DMK, the Tamil Nadu government urged the Tamil Nadu government to find a permanent solution to the drinking water shortage.
தூத்துக்குடி வடக்கு மாவட்ட தி.மு.க சார்பில் விளாத்திக்குளம் தொகுதியில் நிலவும் கடும் குடிநீர் பஞ்சத்திற்கு நிரந்தரத் தீர்வு காண தமிழ அரசை வலியுறுத்தி நடைபெற்ற கண்டன ஆர்ப்பாட்டத்தில் இன்று பங்கேற்ற போது pic.twitter.com/c8kEf1on3L
— Kanimozhi (கனிமொழி) (@KanimozhiDMK) June 23, 2019
Tamil Nadu is facing an intense crisis of the water across the state over the last few months as the Chennai’s Porur Lake, which is the main water resources of the state, has now reached to its lowest level. More the delay in monsoon has further worsened the situation.
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