Super Star should not go with BJP in Tamil Nadu as his support is non-negotiable
Ever since the Super Star announced his entry into Tamil Nadu politics and assured the state that his governance model will be spiritual centric (in...
Ever since the Super Star announced his entry into Tamil Nadu politics and assured the state that his governance model will be spiritual centric (in accordance with truth and straight forwardness) and will be free of corruption and nepotism, the political analysts across the country have started to grind various assumptions and speculations and some even has concluded that the Super Star might align with BJP.
If the Super Star had not floated own party and going to render only tactical support to some political party, then it would have been wise for him to support BJP. Since he is going to float own party, people of the state aspire that he should go alone and never align with BJP.
The spirituality of BJP and the spirituality of Super Star are totally different. Irrespective of all caste barriers, people love and adore Super Star and all of them know Super Star is indeed a believer of God and spiritual person. At the same time, the Super Star is also an inclusive, genetically a secular human being.
The recent attempt of BJP Government to facilitate the back door entry of AYUSH vaidyas to practice allopathy possibly due to the affinity of Ayurveda with Hindu religion has shocked and shamed all those supporter of BJP in urban India. All along the supporters of BJP were under the impression that the government is reforming the country and is truly against scams and corruptions. But the present move of the government to pave way for cross pathy in the name of integrated health care practice proves nothing but they care the least about people but are interested only in vote bank politics.
Today the urban population especially the educated youths in Tamil Nadu are looking for a change and see Super Star as the last hope and resort. Considering the commitment, passion and responsibilities of the Super Star to the state of Tamil Nadu, people want the Super Star to contest alone and never join with BJP so that the Super Star will remain spiritual and at the same time secular. Tamil Nadu needs ‘secular spiritualism’ and not Hindu dominant secularism.
The respect people of the state offer to Super Star is unitary, non negotiable and non transferable. If Super Star joins with any other party, other party may benefit but such an alliance would erode the respect base of the Super Star because the Godliness people see in Super Star might come under clout and doubt.
Some people are concerned about the ideologies of Super Star. Unfortunately people are mixing between ideology and issues like Kaveri water, Sri Lankan Tamil problem, NEET etc. Whatever is the ideology of Super Star which he may explain soon, but he would always stand for the interest of the state of Tamil Nadu. He is committed to the state more than anything.
Only difference we can expect from the Super Star is that he has uncorrupt and unadulterated vision for the state which is linked with nation and his vision for the state in not narrow, language centric and Tamil chauvinism based.
Super Star will be truly a leader of high stature and standards, above all caste based politics and have great appeal to both the genders and all age group.
People of the state are not looking for big promises or freebies, but are looking for honesty, probity and approachability. Governance should be simple, straight forward and people centric. Since the Super Star have been living in the state and having seen the politics of Tamil Nadu, he knows what is really missing in the governance and what people are looking for. People across all socio-economic strata believe that Super Star alone can provide what the state is looking for.
Considering his clean image, honest reputation, aligning with BJP would be detrimental to his credence. People are shifting their support base away from BJP due to the hidden agenda of BJP to pollute the health care delivery system in rural India and the growth of science.
Dr S Ranganathan