Former minister Cellur Raju has said that it would not be a punishment to transfer Minister Rajakannapan from one department to another for insulting a civil servant in the name of caste.
Madurai, First Published Mar 30, 2022, 4:35 PM IST
Former minister Cellur Raju has said that it would not be a punishment to transfer Minister Rajakannapan from one department to another for insulting a civil servant in the name of caste. Rajendran is the Regional Development Officer of Mudukulathur Union in Ramanathapuram District. He is said to be very close to the Chairman of the Union, Daruma. Daruman belongs to the Atimugha. It is in this context that Minister Raja Kannappan is said to have invited Mudukulathur Union Regional Development Officer Rajendran to his residence. Following this, a complaint has arisen that Minister Raja Kannappan has accused Rajendran of going to the Minister’s house on the basis of caste. The incident of insulting the Mudukulathur Regional Development Officer in the name of caste has caused a great stir in Mudukulathur.
Following this, the Tamil Nadu government has ordered the transfer of Tamil Nadu Transport Minister RS Rajakannappan to the Backward Classes Welfare Department. In this situation, many people are criticizing this move. In that regard, former minister Cellur Raju has said that the transfer of Minister Rajakannappan, who had insulted a government official in the name of caste, from one department to another would not be punishable. He told reporters that sexual offenses against women were on the rise in the DMK regime. Rowdies get freedom under DMK rule. The police are afraid to arrest the rowdies as the key executives of the DMK are on the list of rowdies.
Crimes against women are on the rise due to the increasing use of mobile phones. Offenses against women are on the rise due to the presence of unpleasant scenes on mobile phones. Minister Rajakannanpan has been transferred for insulting the Regional Development Officer in the name of caste. Transfer of a minister from one department to another is not punishable. It would have hurt the Prime Minister’s mindset that the DMK ministers are downplaying the central government as a union government. The Chief Minister should succeed in his visit to Delhi to meet the Prime Minister with greater demands for the benefit of the people of Tamil Nadu. He said the AIADMK would put strong pressure on the central government to increase petrol and diesel prices.
Last Updated Mar 30, 2022, 4:35 PM IST