Patna, April 21: As Tamil Nadu assembly polls are less than a month away, political parties are gearing up for the D-Day and campaigns are going in full swing.
DMK treasurer M K Stalin, who is all set to contest from Kolathur constituency in North Chennai, on Thursday took a dig at the state chief minister AND and AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa.
63-year-old Stalin went on to enact how AIADMK leaders behave in front of Jayalalithaa and termed their gesture as slavery and not slavery.
Stalin also hit out at the way finance minister O Panneerselvam sits at ground while CM is seated on a chair.
He also invoked a famous proverb-- "Stand with your head high if you are a 'Tamilian'" and said "Leaders are often seen stooping down to Jayalalithaa while at DMK they approach each other in a more dignified manner,", while adding "this shows the lack of self-respect for these leaders."
Stalin appealed voters to vote for DMK and to make M Karunanidhi the chief minister in this election.