Putting an end to the suspense over his entry into politics, superstar Rajinikanth on Sunday declared that he will float his party before the next Assembly elections in Tamil Nadu and contest all 234 constituencies.
“My political entry is definite. This is a long-pending decision. I will feel guilty if I don’t take this decision at least now. In next assembly elections, I will form a party and will contest all constituencies in Tamil Nadu,” he said while addressing a gathering at the Sri Raghavendra Kalyana Mandapam in Chennai.
Speaking further on the current state of politics in the state, Rajinikanth said there was a need for a complete change in Tamil Nadu’s democratic system. The ‘Thalaiva’ urged for a more honest and transparent system to emerge.
“Democracy is in a bad shape right now, and all other states have been making fun of us (Tamil Nadu). In the name of democracy, politicians are robbing us of our own money on our own land. We need to bring a change from the base. It is not an easy task, but can be made possible through the support of the people and blessings of the almighty,” he said.
Announcing his political entry as a ‘guardian of the protectors of democracy’, Rajinikanth expressed his fear of the media. The Tamil superstar also remembered late actor, humorist and political analyst Cho Ramaswamy.
“I don’t fear entering politics, but I fear the media. I am still a child in this context. I need to be more active and alert on the media. Cho sir had already warned me about the same. Today, I miss him a lot; he would have given me more strength for this new beginning,” said the superstar.happy wheels
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