Dhinakaran, however, said though his party welcomed the agitation for the welfare and benefit of the state, it, opposed people taking law into their hands, he told reporters here.
Pro-Tamil outfits and others had staged a protest against holding of the Indian Premier League match involving Chennai Super Kings and Kolkata Knight Riders, citing the ongoing agitation over Cauvery issue.
Police resorted to lathi-charge to quell the agitation, which was marked by hurling of slippers into the stadium and burning of yellow jerseys, the colour of the CSK.
He alleged that Modi was working against the welfare of the state.
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