Chennai: Tamil movie star Rajinikanth said it was a "miracle" that the AIADMK government, headed by Chief Minister K. Palaniswami, has continued to be in power in Tamil Nadu, despite the predictions that it would barely last a few months.
At a musical tribute event for actor-turned-politician Kamal Haasan to mark his completion of 60 years in movie world here, Rajinikanth, in a dig, said Palaniswami would not have imagined that he would become Tamil Nadu's Chief Minister.
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When that happened, not many gave Palaniswami's government more than four or five months in power.
Rajinikanth said: "A miracle happened. The government did not fall. Crossing all hurdles, the government is continuing."
"So, a miracle has happened yesterday, is happening today and will happen tomorrow," he quipped, adding that there will be a change of government in the future.
He had earlier announced that he would float his party and contest in all the 234-assembly seats in the state as and when the assembly polls are held.
Recently, Rajinikanth said there exists a quality vacuum in political leadership in the state which was dominated by the AIADMK and DMK parties.