Vijay enters politics

Ilayathalapathy Vijay is entering Tamil Nadupolitics in a big way. Vijay had earlier launched Vijay Makkal Iyakkam(VMI) on his birthday in Chennai, and later held a meet in Pudukottai.

OnSunday, Vinayaga Chathurthi day (August 23), Vijay and his VMI with thetacit support of ruling Congress party in Puducherry (Pondycherry),held a huge public meeting, which was attended by Puducherry ChiefMinister V Vaidyalingam

Themeeting was organised by Vijay's Pudhucherry fan club president andPuducherry Munetra Congress MLA, N Anand. Nearly 50,000 people crowdedthe Anna Thidal (stadium) in the heart of the city. For poor and needystudents, he started computer training centers and distributed cycles.

Vijaymade a short speech in which he urged the youth to take up social workand help the poor and needy. N.Anand, local MLA urged the crowd to ask-'Why can't Vijay enter politics?'

Vijay's carefully worded replywas, 'I will never say that I have no desire for politics, but it islike a big ocean. I feel that one has to go step by step and study theissue before plunging into it.'

Vijays's fans went delirious when he said a typical punchline, when a student asked him whether he will enter politics : 'Ithu Vere Vazhi, Varuvendi Nerathu Varum! (It's a different route, I will come at the right time).

He then looks up at the huge crowd and in filmi style nods his head and asks- 'OK?', which resulted in thunderous ovation.

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