Annamalai attacks CM on Hosur airport announcement 

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin has come under fire from BJP Tamil Nadu president K. Annamalai, who accused him of making impossible announcements for publicity without fulfilling previous promises. Annamalai’s criticism was directed at Stalin’s recent announcement about the construction of a new international airport in Hosur.
Annamalai, in a social media post on X (formerly Twitter), highlighted that former Union Minister of State for Civil Aviation, General (retired) V.K. Singh, had previously clarified in Parliament that constructing a new airport within a 150 km radius of the Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru is prohibited for 25 years from 2008. This restriction is part of an agreement between the Centre and Bengaluru International Airport Limited (BIAL).
Annamalai pointed out that the Tamil Nadu government could enter into an agreement with Taneja Aerospace and Aviation Limited (TAAL), a privately-owned company in Hosur, to operate flights instead of constructing a new airport. “Instead of developing the existing airport in Hosur, Mr. Stalin announced the construction of a new International Airport in Hosur for the sake of publicity,” Annamalai stated.
He further questioned the intent behind Stalin’s announcements, accusing him of making promises that are difficult to fulfill. “Without fulfilling the poll promises and announcements made in Assembly earlier, Mr. Stalin is making impossible announcements to deceive whom?” Annamalai asked.