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"Not only you, we are also working for I.N.D.I.A.": Stalin

Chennai (Tamil Nadu): In a veiled reference to the opposition alliance for the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha polls, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin on Tuesday urged youths to play sports at an all-India level and compared it with the DMK government working for I.N.D.I.A. as well. "You all should play sports in India-level games. Not only you, we are also working for I.N.D.I.A. Our team is also I.N.DI.A only. For the victory of that, with team spirit, we all are working unitedly," Stalin said. The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister was speaking at the 'Chief Minister Trophy 2023' closing ceremony event in Chennai. The CM Trophy 2023 is a state-level tournament conducted by the Sports Development Authority of Tamil Nadu. It took place across 17 venues in Chennai from July 1 to 25. Tamil Nadu Minister for Youth Welfare and Sports Development Udhayanidhi Stalin had inaugurated the tournament on July 1. Earlier in the day, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his “East India Company” jibe at opposition parties naming their alliance as I.N.D.I.A. Kharge said that the Opposition parties have been demanding Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks in the Parliament on the ethnic violence in Manipur. Kharge, who is Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha, alleged that BJP is nervous about the successful meetings of opposition parties in Patna and Bengaluru and alleged that the Prime Minister has become “directionless”. "We insist PM Modi to come to the Parliament and speak on the Manipur issue but he is talking about East India Company in his party meeting. Why is he scared about opposition parties naming themselves as I.N.D.I.A. They are nervous because of our successful meetings in Patna and Bengaluru,” Kharge told ANI. “PM Modi has become directionless, he cannot understand what to do and what to say. He is giving several statements outside, but we want him to come to the Parliament and have a detailed discussion and speak on the actions that the Govt is going to take on this. The Manipur issue is not like the ones in Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh or West Bengal, it is way more serious. This is a concern for all the Northeast states in the country. They are not concerned about the atrocities against women," the Congress chief told ANI. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday came down heavily on the Opposition on the continued disruptions and ruckus in Parliament over the Manipur issue, stating that their conduct suggests that they have decided to remain in the Opposition. "From the Opposition's conduct, it seems that they have decided to remain in the Opposition. We have to work in the interest of the public and move forward," PM Modi is learnt to have said at a meeting of BJP Parliamentary Party.

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