Reiterating his stance on entering into active politics, actor Rajnikanth said that his entry is on the cards, reports The New Indian Express.
Stating that his political entry shall happen once the assembly elections approach, Rajni said that he won’t support any party in the Lok Sabha elections.
Speaking to the reporters in his Poes Garden Residence, Rajni clarified on certain things that were doing rounds for sometime. Responding to a question whether he was ready to face Assembly elections if the ongoing by-elections to 18 Assembly segments facilitate such a situation, Rajni clarified, “I am ready to face Assembly elections whenever it is announced”.
Assuring his fans, who are so eager to see his political entry, the superstar actor said, “I understand their feelings. Definitely I will not disappoint them”
Rajni, while reacting to the current election related scenarios in Tamil Nadu said, “70 per cent polling rate is pretty reasonable. But in Chennai, it is around 50 per cent , may be because people might have left for their native places due to continuous holidays”.
Rajni said that violent incidents are way less than what it used to be in the earlier election, giving a pat to better arrangements put in place to ensure smooth conduct of elections.