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Annamalai's war of Criticism

Annamalai's war of Criticism

Speaking at the function attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Chennai to inaugurate several projects, the Tamilnadu Chief Minister M.K Stalin listed demands of the people of the state including the speedy release of Central funds to Tamilnadu, restore Katchatheevu island, and exemption from NEET exam.

But the BJP State President, Annamalai strongly criticized the Chief Minister's speech saying he felt ashamed by it. BJP will refute point-by-point all that the Chief Minister spoke, the party's state president said.
Annamalai always criticizes the actions of the Tamilnadu Government. He is indulging in a war of criticism.  He is blowing big that which is of no value. 

This will only irritate the people of Tamilnadu according to political observers. It is a legitimate duty of the Chief Minister to list the demands of the people of the state to the Prime Minister. It is not a doll exhibition to merely get satisfied with decorating the stage said K. Gopalakrishnan, Secretary, Communist Party of India.
In fact, it was the Prime Minister's speech which had no mention of demands put forth by Stalin that was disappointing. 

He has rebuffed Annamalai saying his speech revealed his immaturity.
MDMK party has rebutted saying it was wrong to say that the Chief Minister spoke politics in Prime Minister's program. It is a common practice for Chief Ministers to put forth the list of demands of the state during functions attended by Prime Ministers.It is a legitimate duty of the opposition to be critical of the state government. But the criticisms must be healthy in order to be of help to the people.