Chennai: Chief Minister and DMK president M K Stalin, who is trying to bring opposition leaders on one platform to take on the ruling BJP, has invited Congress supremo Sonia Gandhi for the release of the first part of his autobiography, Ungalil Oruvan. He had already invited Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.
DMK MP T R Baalu called on Sonia at her residence in New Delhi and handed over the invite. Interestingly, the function will be held in Chennai on 28 Februay in the presence of Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan, former Jammu and Kashmir CM Omar Abdullah, and Bihar Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Prasad Yadav.
The CM said the first part of his autobiography is likely to talk about his young age, school, college, his participation in the film industry, politics, the MISA period till 1976.
Stalin said he has recorded the first 23 years of his life in the first part. ‘My early life, my school life, college days, interest in politics, first meeting, first speech, experience in cine field, marriage and early phase of MISA will be present in the first part of Ungalil Oruvan’, said Stalin.