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Meet TRB Rajaa, the new DMK minister who calls Hindu BJP supporters as “cow urine drinkers”, abused north Indians, and peddled fake news

“Meet TRB Rajaa, the new DMK minister who calls Hindu BJP supporters as “cow urine drinkers”, abused north Indians, and peddled fake news”, The Communemag, May 11, 2023:

“DMK Lok Sabha MP TR Baalu’s son and Mannargudi MLA TRB Rajaa has been made the Tamil Nadu Industries Minister by MK Stalin.

TRB Rajaa who is also the secretary of DMK’s IT Wing is known for peddling hate against Hindus particularly Brahmins and also north-Indians. He has also peddled fake news several times.

Instances when TRB Rajaa peddled hate against Hindus

TRB Rajaa, posted a tweet with an image of freedom fighter Veer Savarkar on a black bird hitting the Hindu god Vishnu riding a Garuda, painting both Lord Vishnu and Veer Savarkar in a bad light.

He later deleted the tweet…”

Read the full article at Thecommunemag.com

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