Political parties of state Tamil nadu are busy campaigning for the upcoming assembly polls. The Election Commission of India announced the schedule for five upcoming assembly elections in the country – Tamil Nadu, Assam, Kerala, West Bengal and Puducherry. While Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry will have elections in a single phase, polls will be held in Assam in three phases. West Bengal, however, will have elections in eight phases.
Election Commission of India has announced about the voting and counting dates for Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Election. The elections for 234-member assembly will be held in single phase. The counting of votes will take place on May 2. All elections in 38 districts of Tamil Nadu consisting of 234 Assembly Constituencies will be held in single phase.
Now, party Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam has scheduled a rally in Trichy district and is expected to finalise seat-sharing talks with allies before the party’s massive public meeting in Trichy. Now, it has been reported that the important administrations of the party got upset on seeing a banner that was raised to celebrate the event.
The DMK party which got lost in the past two elections, is looking for all possible ways to win the elections. To grab votes from the public, the party members including leader M.K Stalin are campaigning for their party by visiting various places in the state. Now, as a rally has been planned in Trichy district, a cut out holding the pictures of M.K Stalin and his son Udhayanithi Stalin has left the important senior personalities of the party in a dejected state.
It is very well known that M.K Stalin started leading the party after the demise of former leaser M. Karunanithi. Now, the publiciies denoting Udhayanithi as the next leader has created a ruckus among the party members. This behaviour of the party members has been receiving severe criticism.