PM Modi Set to Address Election Rally in Tamil Nadu’s Tirunelveli Today


This will be PM Modi's eighth visit to the state in the last two months.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is slated to visit Tamil Nadu on Monday to campaign for BJP leader Nainar Nagendran.

Scheduled to arrive in Tirunelveli at 4 p.m., PM Modi will deliver a speech at a public gathering alongside BJP candidate Nainar Nagendran. Prior to this, the Prime Minister will be in Kerala, attending events in the Alathur and Attingal constituencies.

This marks PM Modi’s eighth visit to Tamil Nadu within the last two months, underscoring the BJP’s concerted efforts in the region.

In the recently unveiled BJP election manifesto, PM Modi emphasized the significance of the Tamil language, hailing it as the oldest language in the world. He pledged support for its global promotion and announced plans to establish Thiruvalluvar centers worldwide to propagate Tamil culture, language, and literature.

Thiruvalluvar, a revered Tamil saint, epitomized principles of equality and social justice.

PM Modi’s commitment to commemorating the legacy of the esteemed Tamil saint has resonated deeply with the people of Tamil Nadu, reflecting the cultural and linguistic pride of the state.

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