Friday, June 5, 2015

Tamil Nadu RK Nagar Assembly by-election 2015. The Winner is...

All roads particularly that of the Government men and machinery in Tamil Nadu are leading to R K Nagar as it is also gearing up for the Assembly by poll scheduled to be held on June 27, 2015 along with the other 5 states Assembly by-elections in India. 

It is a prestige issue not only for the contestant but also for the ardent fans of the Chief Minister Jayalalitha as it is none other than their own 'Amma' who is contesting from the R K Nagar Assembly Constituency in North Chennai. 

Even though the victory of the AIADMK candidate in RK Nagar is certain for the party leadership and cadre, they want to score the biggest margin to show the strength and popularity of Jayalalitha among the people as she is confident that the welfare schemes introduced by her like the 'amma unavagams' (Janata Canteens) will wipe away the memories of her cases related to illegal wealth amassing from the people's mind.

AIADMK Party has formed a 50-member team under the leadership of Paneeer Selvam to take all the necessary steps for the grand victory of Jaya. All the state ministers and senior government officials are given the charge of election canvasing including door to door campaigning to woo the voters. 

DMK, the main opposition party in Tamil Nadu, and the VCK have already announced their decision to stay away from the this election blaming that the AIADMK would use all its money power and influence to manage the election. This announcement of this parties is reported as fear for defeat by the AIADMK supporters.

However when Jayalithaa submitted her nomination today, so far only the CPI has announced that it would field its candidate to contest against Jaya. 

Many are feeling that if all the political enemies of Jayalalithaa like the DMK, Congress, etc are united and extend support to the CPI candidate, there will be some stiff competition to Jaya...!

1 comment:

  1. Though not a Tamilian, I think this time there will be no competition for Jayalalitha. But problem lurks in supreme court.


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