While DMK Chief MK Stalin looks to expand his foothold in Tamil Nadu and eventually capture the post of state’s Chief Minister, a sudden surge in his popularity is being witnessed in an unlikely territory, Pakistan. Stalin led DMK’s decision of holding protests against the abolishment of Jammu and Kashmir’s special status, attracted much support from Pakistani media.
“India: Third largest political party in 2019 election, DMK, announces to protest against @narendramodi Govt’s decision of scraping of special status of J&K,” tweeted RadioPakistan.
It also shared the tweet with four Kashmir-based handles. Radio Pakistan’s tweet also carried a picture of Stalin addressing a public meeting as DMK leaders S Duraimurugan, R S Bharathi and Kanimozhi look on.
Radio Pakistan’s tweet has been retweeted by those who support the Modi government as well as those opposing the revocation of special status to Jammu & Kashmir.