Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin meets Chandrababu Naidu in Delhi

While Naidu was in the national capital to attend a meeting of the leaders of the BJP-led NDA, Stalin participated in a meeting of INDIA bloc constituents.

ByPTI

Published Jun 06, 2024 | 12:14 PMUpdatedJun 06, 2024 | 12:14 PM

Stalin with Chandrababu Naidu

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin on Wednesday, 5 June, expressed confidence that TDP supremo and key NDA leader N Chandrababu Naidu will play a “crucial” role in the Union government, advocating for southern states’ rights.

Stalin met Naidu at the New Delhi airport.

“Met Thiru @ncbn garu, a longtime friend of Thalaivar Kalaignar (Karunanidhi), at Delhi Airport. I conveyed my best wishes to him and expressed hope that we will collaborate to strengthen the ties between the brotherly states of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.”

“I am confident that he will play a crucial role in the Union Government, advocating for the southern states and protecting our rights,” Stalin said in a post on ‘X.’

While Naidu was in the national capital to attend a meeting of the leaders of the BJP-led NDA, Stalin participated in a meeting of INDIA bloc constituents.

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