The Coimbatore boy who came to the Collector’s Office with banners!
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The Coimbatore Collector’s Office came with banners to protest the denial of permission to Tamil Nadu parade vehicles during the Republic Day parade in Delhi. Mukundan is an 8th standard student at a private school in Vadavalli, Coimbatore.
The student had come with his grandfather Devaraj to the Coimbatore District Collector’s Office today. The Collector’s Office also stood in front of a rally in Delhi on Republic Day carrying banners with slogans against the denial of permission to Tamil Nadu parade vehicles.
The banners read, “Voice of the World Tamils. Deny permission for the decorative vehicles! Tamil Nadu is only independent India. No one denies it. Even if the selection committee refuses permission, these incomparable leaders will live on in the hearts of the world’s Tamils and no one can deny or hide it. ”
Commenting on this, Devaraj said, “We are constantly carrying out such social awareness activities. In that regard, Mukundan has protested against the denial of permission to march vehicles belonging to Tamil Nadu during the Republic Day parade. Tamil Nadu must have a place in the Republic Day parade. ” said.
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