Chennai: After creating much controversy because of his Sanatana Dharma remark, Tamil Nadu minister Udhayanidhi Stalin has again sparked controversy by terming the BJP a “poisonous snake”.
Whiel speaking at a wedding event of DMK MLA Sabha Rajendran in Tamil Nadu’s Neyveli on Sunday, Udhayanidhi Stalin took a jibe at the opposition AIADMK, by terming it as “garbage that shelters snakes”.
“If a poisonous snake enters your home, it will not be enough to just throw it away because it may hide in the rubbish near your home. Unless you clear the bushes, the snake will keep returning to your home,” Udhayanidhi Stalin, who is the son of Chief Minister MK Stalin, said.
“Now, if we compare this to the current situation, I consider Tamil Nadu as our home, the poisonous snake as the BJP, and the rubbish near our home as the AIADMK. Unless you clear the rubbish, you will not be able to keep the poisonous snake away. To get rid of the BJP, you need to eliminate the AIADMK as well,” he added.
“However, Periyar, Anna, and we alone possess the antidote. North Indians have realised that Dravidam is the antidote capable of neutralising the poisonous snake,” said Udhayanidhi.
A few days back after Lok Sabha MP and DMK deputy general secretary A Raja compared PM Narendra Modi to a snake.