Super Star Rajnikanth is all set to announce his entry into the politics by the end of July said his brother Satyanarayana Rao. Rajni who is currently in Mumbai for the shooting of “Karikaalan” which is being produced by his son-in-law, actor/producer Dhanush has met his fans for five days at a stretch in his wedding hall in Kodambakkam,Chennai.
The event was organised for the first time in 16 years since he last met his fans in 2001. During the meet, the Superstar actor hinted at entering the politics. While he praised the opposition leaders like MK Stalin, Anbumani Ramadoss, he took a dig at the ruling party and its leaders saying there is a vacuum in the state and the system was rotten urging his fans that they should be prepared for the war.
While many parties – both from local and national is trying to woo Rajni to join them, his brother Satyanarayana Rao said that Rajni would float his own party. “It is the people’s wish that Rajinikanth should enter politics. He has just ended the first round of consultation with his fans and well-wishers who were urging him to take the plunge”, he said.
“He wants to meet as many fans as possible before firming up his plans. With the response being overwhelming, the outcome would be hopefully positive and Tamil Nadu will usher in a new era in politics,” said Satyanarayana sending hopes to fans from other districts that their leader would meet them soon since he met fans only from 15 districts so far.
He said Rajni’s aim is to cleanse the political system “The government’s coffers are plush with money, but it is not reaching the poor while welfare schemes are not benefiting the needy.”
It is also to be note here that Rajni said sternly that those who want to join him should join with no expectations or aim to earn money.
The modality of the party is being worked out said Satyanarayana who also said that if the party candidates comes to power, they will give a mandate to the public saying that they can be questioned anytime and if found they indulged in corruption, public has all the right to demand them to step down.