Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Seeman slams Patna serial blasts

Naam Thamizhar Party supremo Seeman has come down heavily on the Patna serial blasta, stating that the government had failed to provide adequate security. In a statement, he said that it is the duty of the government to ensure the safety of the peope and security of leaders who are under threat. It seems that adequate security measures were taken for Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's meeting in Patna. In another statement, he said that the statue of thespian Sivaji Ganesan should not be removed from the Marina. Stating that Sivaji was a symbol of Tamil culture and film industry, Seeman said the statue should remain at the same location. It is to be noted that a petition was filed in the court against the statue's location, stating that it was disrupting traffic movement

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