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Want to create political revolution: Rajinikanth

DNMUM404544 | 1/3/2018 | Author : G Jagannath | WC :353 | Politics & Governance

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Chennai: After announcing his decision to launch a political party and field candidate in all the 234 assembly seats in the next election, actor Rajinikanth on Tuesday said that he wanted to create a political revolution in Tamil Nadu, which has historically been a place of major political change.
“Tamil Nadu is a historical place from where many major political events have begun including Mahatma Gandhiji discarding his attire and opting for only a loin cloth. I want to create a political revolution here. It has to happen and we all have a responsibility. If the change happens now, future generations will live better,” the actor told the media here. The actor said that he needs the support of the media for his political revolut
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