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திங்கள், ஏப்ரல் 11, 2011

Promises will be kept says Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram




EXUDING HOPE: Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram addressing a public meeting int Vriddhachalam on Saturday.

CUDDALORE: 

         Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram has categorically said that each one of the promises given in the current election manifesto of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam is possible and will be kept, and therefore, the people can have trust and vote for the Democratic Progressive Alliance candidates in the Assembly elections.

         He was addressing a public meeting at Vriddhachalam in support of Congress candidate T. Needhi Rajan on Saturday. In fact after the election he would meet M.Karunanidhi to request him to give both free grinder and mixer to the people. He denounced the opinion poll predicting defeat for the ruling alliance as an exercise in futility, because it went wrong in the earlier two elections and disproved the so-called anti-incumbency factor.

          Both developmental works and welfare schemes were essential for the people and hence, United Progressive Alliance chairperson Sonia Gandhi and DPA leader M.Karunanidhi, acting with such double vision, had been providing them these in adequate measures, he said. He recalled that during the 2006 elections he told the people of Tamil Nadu that the then poll manifesto of the DMK was very much possible, even though the opposition parties raised serious doubts over its implementation and the DMK men stood wonderstruck.

        Those who go by their conscience would know that Mr Karunanidhi had fulfilled all the promises such as supply of rice at Re 1 a kg and writing off farm loans to the tune of Rs 7,500 crore. In fact, Mr Karuananidhi had shown the way for the Centre to waive farm loans to the extent of Rs 72,000 crore across the country. Besides this, he also implemented the unannounced promises such as construction of concrete houses, introduction of “108” ambulance services and life-saving treatment for the ordinary people in corporate hospitals.

       Mr Chidambaram said that whereas the previous five-year regime of Jayalalithaa was full of bitterness such as en masse dismissal of 1.5 lakh government employees, imposition of the ESMA and TESMA, sacking of the road workers, closure of the uzhavar sandhais, posing threat to the minority communities with the law against conversion, “ludicrous ban” on animal sacrifice in the places of worship and the midnight arrest of Mr Karuananidhi. During her rule the economic condition of the State was in a bad shape, he said. He questioned Desiya Murpokku Dravida Kazhagam leader Vijayakant about the reason for shifting his constituency from Vriddhachalam to Rishivandhiym. After all, he (Mr Chidambaram) was contesting the elections from the same Sivaganga seat for the past 25 years.

          Mr Chidambaram gave an assurance to the voters that Congress candidate Mr Needhi Rajan, a native of Vriddhachalam, would stay on in the constituency and serve the people. If elected he would again be fielded in the 2016 elections so as to ensure continuity, Mr Chidambaram added. Cuddalore MP K.S.Alagiri and former MP Vallal Peruman also participated.

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