Having met the youth wing on May 13, the actor-politician finally met the women’s wing of Rajini Makkal Mandram and said that it was a productive use of time.
“A very productive discussion with the
#WomensWing of #RajiniMakkalMandram today,” he tweeted with pictures on Sunday.
— Rajinikanth (@rajinikanth) May 20, 2018
He had many other such meetings on May 10 and May 13 too.
ஆக்கப்பூர்வமான சந்திப்பு 🤘🏻 pic.twitter.com/JpaQSx8wAp
— Rajinikanth (@rajinikanth) May 10, 2018
— Rajinikanth (@rajinikanth) May 13, 2018
In the meeting, when he was asked by he hadn’t attended the all-party meet that was organised by his friend Kamal Haasan, he said that he didn’t because he is yet to take the plunge into politics. The actor, however, wished Haasan good luck.
He also spoke about Karnataka and the governor Vajubhai Vala. The last few days, Karnataka witnessed a wave of changes in its political scenario wherein BS Yeddyurappa resigned as the Chief Minister without a floor test, as a “win for democracy”.
“What happened in Karnataka yesterday was a win for democracy. The BJP asking for some more time and the Governor giving 15 days’ time was a mockery of democracy. I would like to thank the Supreme Court for its order, which upheld the democracy,” he said.
When asked about his own political ambitions, he said that it is too early for him to contemplate 2019’s Lok Sabha elections or political alliances. However, it is reported that he spoke about Cauvery Water crisis, stating that whichever party comes to power in the state, they should implement the Supreme Court order on Cauvery river water sharing in “full letter and spirit”.
On December 31, the actor addressing the press had announced that he will be starting his own political party, and will contest in all 234 constituencies in Tamil Nadu during the next assembly elections.