Tamil Nadu Youth Welfare and Sports Development Minister Udhayanidhi Stalin met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi on Tuesday and discussed state problems, including the state’s exemption from the National Eligibility Cumulative Entrance Test (NEET). On his Twitter account, Udhayanidhi, the son of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin, stated that he had a pleasant encounter with the Prime Minister.
‘I expressed my heartfelt sympathies to him on the death of his mother,’ he said. He paid tribute to our Esteemed Chief Minister MK Stalin. He inquired about the sports projects being implemented in Tamil Nadu.
The minister also serves as the secretary of the DMK’s youth section. He stated that he and Modi discussed a variety of topics, including the holding of the Tamil Nadu CM Trophy Games, the Khelo India Games, and the establishment of a Sports Authority of India facility in his state.
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In his tweet, Udhayanidhi Stalin stated that Modi vowed to do his best to meet such demands. He shared a photo of himself handing Modi a copy of the statue of the saint poet Thiruvalluvar.
Udhayanidhi Stalin’s first meeting with Prime Minister Modi since assuming office in December last year.
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