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    Hyderabad: Politicians are using technology in interesting ways. Those who are tech-savvy are coming up with innovations and showing their creativity.

    In the past, leaders used to hold press conferences and give long speeches before taking questions from the media. Now, they are using podcasts to directly communicate their views to their party members and voters.

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    Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin is probably the first CM to use a podcast. He has announced that the country is in a breakdown under the BJP government.

    According to the DMK statement, the Chief Minister will speak in English and other regional languages to reach a wider audience.

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    Stalin tweeted, “Awakening India’s Tomorrow, A Southern Voice Speaks for #INDIA!”

    He said that the podcast will be a one-minute clip where he will talk about the breakdown of India by the BJP government. He also mentioned that the BJP government will be removed in the next Lok Sabha polls.

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    While Stalin claims to speak in English and regional languages, it is important to note that there have been protests in Tamil Nadu against Hindi imposition, which was mainly led by the DMK movement.

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