If one may recall, just before pandemic Coronavirus took over the lives of people in Tamil Nadu, actor Rajinikanth had held a notorious press meet where he declared that he will not be the Chief ministerial face for his party in the Tamil Nadu assembly polls in 2021. However what triggered many at that time was that the actor wouldn't give a specific date for the official launch of Rajini Makkal Mandram or fill in the name of the person who will be replacing him as the CM candidate.
And even with the sense of fatigue people in Tamil Nadu have felt with Rajinikanth's political declarations, the actor's supporters still look forward to any and little ray of hope from his end. And heeding the same is a lastest statement from political enthusiast Karate R. Thiagarajan who has said that Rajini will be launching his political party in November, 2020.
Thiagarajan has alluded the spread of Rajini's "They should not be left" statement in the Sathankulam double murder case to the actor's influential power and said that it had a much better reach than Tamil Nadu opposition party chief M.K. Stalin's campaign for justice.