Chennai: O. Panneerselvam said, “Even if someone attacks us politically, we should behave in a polite and civilized way, word for word, argument for argument, speech for speech, and we should not use rude words because they are behaving rudely.”
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In the statement he published in this regard, Bharatiyar’s lines, “We will find Tamil language like Tamil in all known languages” and Bharathidasan’s lines, “Tamil born with the moon, the prosperous arc, with the sky, with the clothes, with the pongukadal” tell us about the excellence of the Tamil language. We should use the color of admiration civilly.
Civility means purity in thought, word and deed. “He who is high in position but not high in character is small. Valluva Perundagai said, “The one who is in a low position and does not have a bad character is great.”
Anna was going by car with her friends. A public meeting was going on on the way. The speaker who spoke in it was lashing out at Anna. Anna told him to stop the car and continued his journey after listening to the whole thing without anyone knowing.
A friend in the car asked Anna, “Why are they flogging you, Anna?” Anna remained silent without answering. After a short distance, Anna’s car overtook a bullock cart. They pushed aside and passed the bullock cart. Then the bullock driver lashed out at the car driver.
Anna said to her friends in the car, “Did you see? The car is going fast. A bullock cart could not come close to this. That is anger. So he scolds us. Like him, we must increase our speed without batting an eye and reach our destination. It is in this situation that the speaker is. Some people criticize our development. We have to bear it and increase the pace of development. Others should fertilize and grow.”
As Guru Anna said, our development, the support we have among the people must have impressed the one who speaks us uncivilized. They have incurred the hatred of the people and the anger of the volunteers. They could not bear it. That inability is turning into anger on us. It is this anger that leads to the use of uncivilized, uncultured and disorderly words.
Keeping all these things in mind, even if someone attacks us politically, I would like to request the ADMK workers and administrators not to use indecent words because they are behaving indecent, but to behave in a polite and civilized manner in terms of word for word, argument for argument, and speech for speech,” he said. has told.