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Jayalalithaa acting against Anna's ideals: PMK

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"Her claim that State is making rapid strides rings hollow"

VILLUPURAM: On the birth anniversary of the former Chief Minister, C.N. Annadurai, Chief Minister Jayalalithaa has taken a stance against his avowed ideals and principles, according to S. Ramadoss, founder of Pattali Makkal Katchi.

She called for abandoning Annadurai's pet project, the Sethusamudhram Ship Channel Project. In a statement, she said, "It is the duty of the All-India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam to oppose those who support the Sethusamudhram project." She had thus revealed her "true colours," Dr. Ramadoss alleged. Till recently, Ms. Jayalalithaa was all for implementation of the project but now she had made a volte-face. The PMK leader was addressing a press conference at Thailapuram near here on Thursday. About the party floated by actor Vijaykant, Dr. Ramadoss said, "it is one more addition to the list of over 70 registered parties but unrecognised by the Election Commission."

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