Thoothukudi sources made a statement that Rajinikanth had visited people affected in police firing in Thoothukudi on Wednesday. Meanwhile when reaching Thoothukudi airport by 10.30 am, A. Joseph Stalin, Thoothukudi district secretary of Rajini Makkal Mandram said Rajini visited the injured persons at the hospital. Stalin added “As this would superstar’s first public political program we expect a huge crowd and hence asked the Tirunelveli range DIG for protection".
As per report the District superintendent Murali Ramba said VIP protection would be given to Rajinikanth. Moreover according to the police officer, only four were permitted to accompany him in to the hospital. He has been permitted only to visit government hospital and not to visit families of any victim.
Previously Tamilnadu Governor made a short visit to Thoothukudi and
inquired about the incident and met few people who were injured at the
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