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`People will teach AIADMK front a lesson'

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KARAIKUDI, APRIL 26. People will teach a lesson to the All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam - Bharatiya Janata Party front in the Lok Sabha election for adopting anti-people policies, said the Communist Party of India State secretary, R. Nallakannu.

Speaking to presspersons here today he said people from all walks of life were put into hardship during the past three years. The AIADMK Government did nothing for the welfare of farmers, weavers, agriculture labourers and government employees. The Government had failed to implement new schemes to eradicate poverty and create employment opportunities. Moreover the entire State was reeling under acute water scarcity.

The Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, was trying to implement the Hindutva agenda and it was evident from the fact the Government had enacted an anti-conversion law and banned animal sacrifice in temples. But withdrew the ban fearing it may affect the poll prospects of AIADMK-BJP front, Mr. Nallakannu claimed.

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