VijayaKanth - DMDK:
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Being one from neither the ruling party nor the major opposition, the welfare and developmental activities he launched in his constituency did not receive adequate support from the state government. In what seems to be a part of a virtuous circle in the offing, he is blessed with a wife who has proved in a short time that she is politically savvy too like her husband.
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The people of Vridhachalam were happy with his performance. Her husband would repeat the achievement over the entire state of Tamilnadu if his party was voted to power in the state.
She wanted the entire state to benefit in the same manner as Vridhachalam.
Premalatha is often accompanied by her brother Satish and the two command enormous clout in the party. She reminded the audience that the DMDK was not just another new political party as described by some politicians. A tailor relentlessly sewed scalloped stage skirtings from yards of green satin in preparation for the mega event. R Munisamy, a cucumber seller, found himself richer by hundreds of rupees and hoped to make a killing serving 5, policemen on the day of the rally.
His vote share is said to have fallen and his incoherent speeches and ludicrous manifesto have become the butt of jokes This is the same Chief Minister who suffered the indignity of being convicted in September in a disproportionate assets case.
She managed to emerge unsullied after her exoneration by the Karnataka High Court in May and has since strengthened her position by launching new populist schemes. There are more of them in the offing, she confirmed at her Chennai and Virudhachalam meetings, unravelling her manifesto bit by bit. She is not trying anything new and is not unduly worried. But perhaps even Amma fears a hung Assembly in case the vote swings in favour of the third front, says political commentator Gnani Sankaran.
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This is just so that in the event of a hung Assembly, they cannot switch sides. Like MK Stalin, who is trying to redeem the DMK, it has toured the state over the past few months to touch base with voters.
The party is contesting 25 seats, 17 of which are reserved constituencies. This is the first Assembly election in which VCK has got real visibility.
He is, arguably, the most credible face in the third front after Vijayakanth, a former actor who, since making his electoral debut from Virudhachalam incommands a following in rural pockets across Tamil Nadu. Thirumavalavan, whose outfit draws the Dalit vote in the northern districts, will contest from Kattumannarkoil in Cuddalore district, a reserved constituency that has been his stronghold, although the incumbent MLA is from the AIADMK.
At least Captain Vijayakanth does not swindle away money for his own interests. Youth from villages in the constituency such as Kiliyur must either come to town to sell flowers or fruits or move to Bangalore permanently. The harvest is in progress and the roads are dotted with precariously over-laden mini-trucks.
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Today, however, they are outnumbered by mini-buses and SUVs festooned with party flags and pictures of Amma. Ask anyone under 50 and they will tell you they want change.
The candidate, with the accomplished air of someone who has just jumped through several hoops to get here, waves and smiles and spins a good yarn about working for his constituency. It cannot be a dazzling prospect, not with Vijayakanth threatening to wrest this Dravidian fortress. Ganesan declared on 13 January that BJP will go alone in the elections.
When no seat was allocated to his party by ADMK, he decided to contest the election alone in 25 to 40 seats. The front is fielding candidates in more than constituencies. The Samooka Samathuva Padai will mobilise significant dalit votes in constituencies like Tindivanam, Krishnarayapuram, Haroor and Gangavalli. Sivakami herself is contesting from Gangavalli.
The party announced its candidate list on 18 March. It will contest 40 seats on its own.