Friday, March 18, 2011

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TOP LEADERS OF DMDK, CPI, CPI(M) ARE IN POES GARDEN NOW


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AIADMK ALLIES CONSTITUENCY LIST OUT- LATEST UPDATE | JAYALALITHA ANNOUNCED LIST OF ALLIES CONSTITUENCY LIST | THIRD FRONT DRAMA ENDS IN TAMILNADU

INDIAN DEMOCRATIC PARTY ( SE. KU. THAMIZHARASAN ) - K V KUPPAM


SAMATHUVA MAKKAL KATCHI ( SARATHKUMAR ) - NAANGUNERI, THENKASI


MOOVENDHAR MUNNANI KAZHAGAM - THIRUCHUZHI


KONGU ILAIGNAR PERAVAI - PARAMATHI VELUR


MANIDHA NEYA MAKKAL KATCHI - CHEPAUK, AMBUR, RAMANATHA PURAM


DMDK'S LK SUTHESH AND BANRUTTI RAMACHANDIRAN ARE IN AIADMK'S OFFICE NOW. LIST OF DMDK CONTITUENCES WILL BE COME OUT VERY SOON


Now ADMK announced today morning they are Ready to give 16 seats to MDMK ,and give the seats clearly to DMDK and communist what they Wants earlier. So,the Drama may be comes to end tomorrow. Either third front started or not.

PMK releases first list of candidates


The first list of candidates contesting the Assembly election on the Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) ticket was released on Friday.
PMK president G K Mani and others coming out of DMK Head Quarters in Chennai. A file photo: R. RavindranThe candidate list is as follows:
Mettur - G.K.Mani
Jeyankondam - J.Guru
Neyveli - T. Velmurugan
Sholavandan (R) - M.Ilanchezhian
Alangudi - K.Arulmani
Kovilpatti - K.Ramachandran
Anaicut - M. Kalaiarasu
Thiruporur - K. Arumugam
Polur - K. Manian
Arcot - K.L.Ilavazhagan
Jolarpet - K.Ponnusami
Chengalpet - V.K. Rangasamy
Madhuravoyal - K. Selvam
The PMK today released the first list of thirteen candidates for the April 13 polls, putting senior party leaders G.K. Mani and J. Guru in the fray.
Mani, who is party president and firebrand leader Guru will contest from Mettur and Jeyamkondam, respectively, a PMK release here said.
As part of its poll pact with the DMK, the party has been allotted 30 seats.

DMK CANDIDATES LIST | DMK ALLIANCE | LIST OF DMK CANDIDATES LIST | 119 CANDIDATES LIST OF DMK


Following is the list of candidates the DMK has floated:

Thousand lights : Hasan Mohd. Jinnah
Chepauk : J Anbazhagan
Virugambakkam : K Dhanasekharan
Saidapet : M Magesh Kumar
R K Nagar : P K Shekar Babu
Kolathur : M K Stalin
Villivakkam : Prof K Anbazhagan
Egmore : Parithi Izhamvaluthi
Ponneri : A Manimegalai
Tiruvallur : E A P Sivaji
Ambattur : B Ranganathan
Madhavaram : Dr Kanimozhi
Tiruvottrivur : K P P Sami
Pallavaram : TM Anbarasan
Tambaram : S R Raja
Uthiramerur : Pon Kumar
Katpadi : Durai Murugan
Ranipettai : R Gandhi
K V Kuppam : Seetharaman
Gudiyatham : Rajamarthandan
Tiruppatthur : S Rajendran
Tiruvannamalai : E V Velu
Kilpannathur : K Pitchandi
Arani : R Sivanamdam
Vandavasi : S P J Kamalakkannan
Vanur : Pushpa Raj
Viluppuram : K Ponmudi
Vikkravandi : K Radhamani
Thirukkovilur : M Thangam
Sangarapuram : Udhayasuryan
Panrutti : Saba Rajendran
Cuddalore : Pugazhendhi
Kurinjipadi : M R K Panneerselvam
Thiruvidaimarudhur : Chezhiyan
Kumbakonam : K Anbazhagan
Thiruvaiyaru : S Sellakkannu
Thanjavur : S N M Umbayadullah
Oratthanadu : Magesh Krishnasami
Kizhvelur : U Madhivanan
Mannarkudi : T R P Raja
Thiruvarur : M Karunanidhi
Nannilam : R Elangovan
Thiruvarangam : N Anand
Trichy West : K N Nehru
Truchy East : Anbil Periyasami
Thiruvarambur : K N Shekharan
Lalgudi : A Soundara Pandyan
Mannachanallur : N Selvaraj
Duraiyur : S Parimala Devi
Perambalur : M Prabhakaran
Kunnam : S S Sivasankar
Aravakkurichi : K C Palanichami
Krishnarayapuram : P Kamaraj
Kuzhithalai : R Manickam
Kandharvakottai : Kavithaipithan
Viralimalai : S Raghupathy
Pudukottai : Periyannan Arasu
Gangavalli : K Chinnaadurai
Yerkaud : C Tamil Selvan
Sangagiri : Veerapandi S Arumugam
Selam South : S R Sivalingam
Veerapandi : A Rajendran
Rasipuram : V P Duraisami
Senthamangalam : K Ponnusami
Kumarapalayam : Veppadai G Selvaraj
Pennagharam : P N P Inbasekharan
Pappirettipatti : V Mullaivendhan
Veppanahalli : Senguttuvan
Thazhi : Y Prakash
Mettupalayam : P Arun Kumar
Goundapalayam : Subramanian
Kovai North : M Veeragopal
Kovai South : Pongalur N Palanisami
Kinathukadavu : M Kannapan
Dharapuram : R Jayanthi
Thirupur North : C Govindasami
Madathukulam : M P Saminathan
Erode East : S Muthusami
Andhiyur : N K K P Raja
Bhavanisagar : Lokeshwari
Koodalur : M Dravidamani
Connur : K Ramachandran
Melur : Rani Rajamanickam
Madurai East : Murthy
Thirumangalam : M Manimaran
Usilambatti : Ramasami
Madurai Central : S S Goush Batcha
Madurai West : Thalapathy
Palani : Senthil Kumar
Ottanchathiram : R Chakkarapani
Attur : I Periyasami
Natham : K Vijayan
Andipatti : Mookkaiyah
Periyakulam : Anbazhagan
Bodinayakkanur : Lakshmanan
Kambam : N Ramakrishnan
Tiruvadanai : Suba Thangavel
Muthukulatthur : V Sathyamurthi
Thiruppathur : K R Periakaruppan
Manamadurai : Thamizharasi Ravikumar
Rajapalayam : S Thangapandiyan
Thiruvilliputhur : R V K Durai
Sathur : Kadakarai Raj
Sivakasi : Vanaraja
Aruppukkottai : K K S S R Ramachandran
Thiruchuzhai : Thangam Thennarasu
Sankaran Kovil : Uma Mageshari
Tenkasi : V Karuppasami Pandian
Alangulam : Poongodhai Aladi Aruna
Tirunelveli : A L S Lakshmanan
Ambasamudhiram : R Avudaiappan
Palayam Kottai : T P M Mohideen Khan
Thuthukudi : Geetha Jeevan
Tiruchendur : Anitha R Radhakrishan
Ottapidaram : Raja
Kannyakumari : N Suresh Rajan
Nagerkovil : R Magesh
Padmanabhapuram : Dr Pushpaleela Alban

ADMK Candidate list | ADMK alliance | seat sharing issue | ADMK Ready to give 16 seats to MDMK


Tamilnadu  assembly election is coming on April 13th 2011.the political parties making alliance. AIADMK and DMK parties making aliance with other parties,This is the first time in tamilnadu history alliances comes at lot of confusons and collision.Congress is the main party in DMK aliance including Patali makkal katchi,viduthali siruthikal,Kongu Nadu Munnetra Kazhagam,IUML,Moovender Munetra Kazhagam.

Allocation of seats in DMK alliance:

DMK – 121 seats Congress – 63 PMK – 30 Viduthlalai Chiruthaigal Katchi- 10, Kongu Nadu Munnetra Kazhagam – 7, IUML – 2 Moovender Munetra Kazhagam.


In AIADMK alliance with DMDK,Communist,Puthiatamilagam,manitha neya makkal katchi,Samathuva makkal katchi . But now the situtation makes different issue between the parties.the MDMK get away from ADAMK alliance Because of Seat Sharing .

AIAMK announced their Candidate  list independently without consulting parties alliance with admk. so,the communist and puthiya tamilagam and DMDK dicided to create third front including MDMk. This makes big issue on AIADMK side.so.the ADMK chief J.Jayalalitha Postponed her election comping ,again start talk with parties .

Now ADMK announced today morning they are Ready to give 16 seats to MDMK ,and give the seats clearly to DMDK and communist what they Wants earlier. So,the Drama may be comes to end tomorrow. Either third front started or not.

Miffed allies force Jayalalithaa to put off campaign

Allies of the AIADMK, including Vijayakant-led DMDK, are unhappy with the allotment of seats for the Tamil Nadu Assembly Polls. File photo

Unhappy over what they saw as a raw deal meted out to them in allocation of constituencies, the allies of the AIADMK, barring the MDMK led by Vaiko, held discussions on Thursday to chalk out their plan of action. While the prospect of a third front was in the air, the parties said they will take a day or two to take a decision.
The strident move by her allies forced AIADMK general secretary Jayalalithaa to postpone her plan to embark on her election campaign on Friday.
In a statement here, the AIADMK announced that she could not go ahead with the campaign plan since seat-sharing talks with the alliance partners were not yet over.
“What is the point in talking to us when there is no concrete proposal from the AIADMK? There is no effort to rectify the mistakes. It is the attitude of the AIADMK leadership that forces us to consider other options,” the leaders of the alliance parties said when asked whether they have received any communication from the AIADMK leadership.
On Thursday morning, the two Left parties, Desiya Murpokku Dravida Kazhagam (DMDK), led by actor Vijyakant, Puthiya Tamizhagam president K. Krishnasamy and All India Moovendhar Munnetra Munnani leader N. Sethuraman were among those who participated in the meeting. They had a second round of talks in the evening. They also decided to rope in MDMK general secretary Vaiko in their common plan.
When asked whether he had any plan to float a third front, Mr. Vijayakant said, “Don't be in a hurry. We are continuing our discussion. We will let you know our decision on Friday.”
CPI state secretary D. Pandian avoided giving a direct reply to a question on formation of a third front. All he would say was: “We are committed to defeating and removing the DMK-Congress combine. We are together in our effort,” he said. Asked whether he was ready for a compromise with the AIADMK, he retorted saying, “If you are interested you can go.”
Dr. Sethuraman hinted that a third front would not be in the interest of the alliance partners. “It will lead to the victory of the DMK in the elections,” he said.
The leaders who were part of the discussion said they were under tremendous pressure from the rank and file of the parties to form a third front since the AIADMK leadership had humiliated them.
“We don't mind her releasing the list of constituencies the AIADMK is planning to contest. But she should have held back the list of constituencies sought by the alliance partners. This has been done when we are still holding talks to finalise an agreement,” a leader said.
Another leader said, “We were totally shocked by the announcement. We want to make her the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. But she is behaving in a way that is unbelievable.”
The leaders said the DMDK was also upset because many of the constituencies from its wish list were not allotted to it. The CPI (M) had given a wish list of 16 constituencies, but Ms. Jayalalithaa has already announced candidates in 14 of these constituencies. For the CPI, she has not spared even one of the six sitting constituencies.
Effigies burnt
Angry cadre of Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam burnt effigies of Ms. Jayalalithaa for the second consecutive day. Members of the Tambaram unit of the party burnt the effigies at the Camp Road junction near Tambaram and Chromepet on Thursday morning.

Vaiko asks partymen to maintain discipline


A file picture of MDMK General Secretary Vaiko. Photo: R. AshokAsking party men to maintain discipline after being shown the door out of AIADMK-led alliance, MDMK chief Vaiko today asked them to desist from activities that would bring disrepute to the party.
His advice came in the wake of reported burning of AIADMK leader Jayalalithaa’s effigies allegedly by MDMK supporters in neighbouring Tambaram and Theni.

“We had been maintaining dignity and peaceful approach during seat-sharing talks even as scores of party workers have earned good name for MDMK by virtue of their behaviour. Some four or five persons, had burnt the effigies of AIADMK General Secretary (Jayalalithaa) at Tambaram and Theni,” he said.

In a statement here, he “strongly” condemned the incidents, saying such persons did it with the intention of bringing disrepute to MDMK, and urged his supporters not to take recourse to such steps.

A high-level decision making body of MDMK, AIADMK’s ally since 2006, is scheduled to meet tomorrow to discuss the situation as the lead partner went ahead with announcing its constituencies even before finalising them in consultations with allies, leaving little room for MDMK.

Irate MDMK supporters had reportedly burnt effigies of Ms. Jayalalithaa at Tambaram and Theni irked over AIADMK announcing its 160 candidates for the April 13 Assembly polls.

AIADMK discusses seat sharing differences with allies



Chennai, March 18 : Tamil Nadu's main opposition AIADMK and its allies Friday held discussions to iron out differences over seat sharing for the April 13 assembly elections.

Trouble had arisen after the AIADMK issued a list for 160 of the 234 seats in the assembly Wednesday. AIADMK chief and former chief minister J. Jayalalithaa Thursday announced the postponement of her campaign programme to sort out the differences with her allies.

"The AIADMK leadership is talking to its allies individually. The talks are in progress. The AIADMK is saying the list was issued owing to some mix ups," a Communist Party of India (CPI) leader told IANS.

Most of the parties in the AIADMK front were furious Thursday on seeing the list declared by the front leader.

The AIADMK list included many seats currently held by the Left parties and also those requested by them and other allies like the DMDK, led by actor-turned-politician Vijayakant.

Most upset in the alliance were the DMDK, the Communist Partyof India-Marxist (CPI-M), CPI, MMK and the Forward Bloc.

Their leaders say the AIADMK had no business announcing which 160 seats it would contest when discussions on seat sharing were on.

On Thursday, leaders of the Left and some smaller parties met here amid indications that at least a few of them favoured a thirdfront to take on both the AIADMK and the ruling DMK.

The AIADMK had said it had decided to contest 160 of the state's 234 assembly seats, leaving the remaining 74 for its 10 allies: DMDK (41), CPI-M (12), CPI (10), MNMK (3), PT (2), SMK (2), RPI (1), FB (1), KYF (1) and AIMMK (1).

With the announcement of its candidates and constituencies, the AIADMK had dumped its long-time ally, the MDMK led by Vaiko.

According to an official of MDMK, the party would decide its future course of action March 19 at its district secretaries' meeting.

He said the AIADMK did not offer decent number of seats. "The final offer was nine seats whereas we had scaled down our demand to 23 from 35," he said.

Anger against Jayalalitha led DMDK cadres to burn her effigy and shout slogans against the AIADMK general secretary.

IUML announces candidates for 3 Tamil Nadu assembly seats



Chennai, Mar 18 : The Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) today announced its list of three candidates for the April 13 Assembly polls in Tamil Nadu.

While Abdul Basit would contest from Vaniyambadi, the party nominated Altaf Hussain for the Harbour seat and Sheikh Dawood in Nagapattinam.

The IUML would face the elections as part of the DMK-led Front.

The IUML was allotted three seats by the DMK, which also has Congress, PMK, VCK and Kongunadu Munnetra Kazhagam in its fold.

Later, the IUML candidates were introduced to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and DMK president M Karunanidhi by IUML President K M Khader Moideen.

Srirangam,an AIADMK bastion



Srirangam, Tamil Nadu, Mar 18 : AIADMK Supremo J Jayalalithaa has chosen this temple town Srirangam to contest the April 13 Assembly Elections.

Considered to be a safe seat, Srirangam had been a traditional stronghold of the AIADMK.

The AIADMK won from this constituency six times since Late MGR launched the party in 1977 while the Congress had won thrice in 1957, 1962 and 1967 Assembly Elections.

Jothi Venkatachalam, a veteran Congress Leader and a Minister in the Kamaraj Cabinet won in 1962 and 1963.

The first AIADMK candidate to win from this constituency was R Soundararajan, actor and confidant of late MGR.

Subsequently, he became a minister in the MGR Cabinet. He retained the seat in the 1980 and 1984 elections too.

In the 1989 Assembly Elections, with the support of the DMK, Janata Party Candidate Y Venkateswara Dikshithar was elected.

The constituency once returned to the AIADMK fold in the 1991 Assembly Elections.

K P Krishnan of the AIADMK emerged victorious in the 1991 elections and he became the Agriculture Minister in the first Jayalalithaa Cabinet.

DMK's T P Mayavan defeated his nearest AIADMK rival and sitting MLA Paranjothi by a comfortabe margin of over 30,000 votes.

However, the AIADMK bounced back in the 2001 elections when K K Balasubramanian emerged victorious defeating the DMK-supported BJP candidate M Soundirapandiayan by over 10,000 votes.

In the last elections, M Paranjothi of the AIADMK scored a comfortable win over Jerome Arokyaraj, Tiruchirapalli Urban District President of the Congress, backed by the DMK, by a margin of over 10,900 votes.