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       Alagiri welcomes Rajinikanth's entry into politics
         Posted on :16:15:48 Dec 31, 2017
       Last edited on:16:15:48 Dec 31, 2017
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MADURAI: Expelled DMK leader M K Alagiri on Sunday welcomed Tamil superstar Rajinikanth's entry into politics. ''His political entry will certainly bring a change in Tamil Nadu and I congratulate and welcome Rajinikanth announcement to enter into politics,'' Alagiri said here.

"I am planning to meet Rajinikanth soon," he added. Meanwhile, fans of the actor celebrated his announcement to float a new party, by taking out rallies, firing crackers and distributing sweets to the public in Madurai and Southern districts of the State. It may be recalled that Alagiri met Rajinikanth at the latter's Poes Garden residence in Chennai on March 14, 2014, after he was expelled from the DMK for anti-party activities. He told media persons after meeting Rajinikanth that he had not discussed politics with him. "Rajini is my old friend and I came to inquire about his health," he said.

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