Security Tightened around Rajinikanth's Residence

Posted May 30, 2017

"You come then. In the old days all men would go when there was a war", said Rajinikanth on the final day of his five-day initiative in Chennai to meet fans from all over Tamil Nadu.

Police deployed a large number of security personnel near his residence after the protest announcement by the Tamizhar Munnetra Padai group.

According to reports, more than r 25 protesters were arrested and detained under preventive custody. It does nothing for them. Recently the actor has wrapped up his five day interaction with his fans in Chennai where he spoke about the need to change the rotten system an asserted his Tamil identity.

A senior BJP state leader has even said that if the actor joins the party, "it will be strengthened".

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Some senior politicians said that Rajinikanth is welcome into politics.

Earlier this week, Periyar Dravidar Kazhagam had burnt effigies of Rajinikanth in Gandhipuram, at Coimbatore city after the actor urged his fans to be ready for the "war"(political entry).

The protests against his possible political debut intensified in Tamil Nadu with a fringe group burning the effigies of the actor. "It is better he sticks to the cinema since he can deliver dialogues well and entertain people", said Swamy. BJP trying to woo Rajinikanth to make inroads in Tamil Nadu? "As a friend who has known him for 35-40 years what I think is he will not join any national or regional party".

Since Rajinikanth's roots are from Karnataka and not from Tamil Nadu, the protestors did not want an actor from a neighbouring state to become a state leader. I have a profession, work, duty and so do you. For 23 years I was in Karnataka and 44 in Tamil Nadu. "I'm sure he would do lots of good things". The last time we discussed politics, he said he was not fit for it. "However, if he does join, which I will absolutely look forward to, I would like to tell him that BJP has an appropriate position for him", Mr Gadkari told a television news channel.