Monday, June 21, 2021

PMK condemns move to open Tasmac shops

PMK founder S. Ramadoss on Friday strongly condemned the State authorities’s choice to permit the opening of Tasmac shops from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through the prolonged lockdown interval until June 21.

In a Twitter submit, he mentioned the choice goes towards the curiosity of the folks and would lead to unfold of COVID-19, at a time when the State is displaying a declining development within the variety of circumstances.


Dr. Ramadoss additionally mentioned the move to permit spas, salons and sweetness parlours would additionally lead to a rise within the variety of circumstances. The DMK had opposed the AIADMK authorities’s move to open Tasmac shops final yr and that it was committing the identical mistake now.

Poor households would lose their earnings and get pushed to poverty due to the opening of Tasmac shops and it will additionally end in a rise in atrocities, Dr. Ramadoss added.

He urged the State authorities to roll again the choice and give attention to implementing prohibition.

Raji case convicts

On securing the discharge of Rajiv Gandhi assassination case convicts, Dr. Ramadoss mentioned the doorways of the Raj Bhavan in Chennai must be knocked and never these of the Rashtrapati Bhavan.


In a press release, he mentioned hat June 11 marked the completion of 30 years of their arrest and alleged that the Raj Bhavan had been enjoying a hide-and- search sport on the problem and it was condemnable.

Referring to Chief Minister M.Ok. Stalin’s letter to the President final month on the problem, Dr. Ramadoss mentioned leaving it to the President would delay the discharge of convicts and would quantity to compromising on the State’s rights. The courts had identified that the Governor had the authority to resolve, he mentioned.

Mr. Ramadoss urged the Chief Minister to write to the Governor to shortly resolve on the advice made by the earlier authorities to launch the convicts and stress on this in individual. He mentioned the State authorities ought to appoint a counsel nicely versed in human rights to deal with the case within the Supreme Court.

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