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Ramadoss finds DMK's manifesto vote-friendly

Special Correspondent

SALEM: DMK has recorded a sharp increase in its vote share after the release of its election manifesto, said Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) founder leader Dr. S. Ramadoss.

Participating in a series of alliance campaign coordination meeting in the district, Dr. Ramadoss said that the people, especially those in rural areas, had started discussing about the manifesto.

The PMK leader claimed that the people had faith in the DMK government since it had fulfilled all the promises that were made during the 2006 polls.

The victory should be achieved in all 234 constituencies with a coordinated campaign of the alliance parties, he insisted.

He pointed out that for the first time PMK and Vidhuthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi(VCK) had come under one banner to fight the polls. Besides, the alliance also has Kongunadu Munnetra Kazhagam (KMK), Congress, Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) and other parties.

Chances

“Hence the chances of winning have doubled,” he said and added that he had asked PMK cadres to work hard in all Assemblies for the victory of the alliance.

Presiding over the meeting, Sankagiri DMK candidate and DMK District secretary Veerapandi S. Arumugam asked the cadre of all parties in the alliance to coordinate their campaign. The DMK election manifesto should be taken to the people, he said.

KMK President Best Ramasamy, PMK President G.K. Mani, VCK District secretary N. Navarasan, IUML Deputy Secretary Mohammed Hussain and others spoke.

Alliance candidates were introduced at the meeting. Similar meetings were held at Mettur, Omalur and Edapadi.

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