No disruption, BJP requests that politicians of Tamil Nadu refrain from going to Kanyakumari to greet PM Modi

Chennai, 30 May The central leadership of the Bharatiya Janata Party has instructed its Tamil Nadu unit not to go to Kanyakumari to greet Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is scheduled to meditate for three days at the Vivekananda Rock Memorial.

The state BJP’s sources informed IANS that the party’s leaders and office-bearers would not be traveling to Kanyakumari to greet the prime minister.

Speaking to IANS, a prominent member of the Tamil Nadu BJP said, “We have been instructed by the party high leadership not to go to Kanyakumari in order to greet Prime Minister Narendra Modi. We are not to bother the Prime Minister while he is alone in meditation at the Vivekananda Rock Memorial.

According to BJP officials, Prime Minister Modi’s decision to go to Kanyakumari for meditation is a reflection of his preference for a quiet, contemplative experience over a big show. As a result, the party’s office-bearers in Tamil Nadu have been told not to congregate there out of consideration for the Prime Minister’s desire for bare minimum procedures and optics.

According to BJP insiders, this action emphasizes the importance of the visit’s spiritual value above any political connotation.

The PM’s meditation program has drawn opposition from K. Selvaperunthagai, the state president of the Tamil Nadu Congress, who claims it is quiet campaigning and goes against the model code of conduct.

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