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AIADMK’s preliminary list of candidates was released on May 05. In it, the names of 6 candidates and the constituency in which they are contesting were released. Bodinayakkanur – OPS, Edappadi – Palanisamy, Villupuram – CV Shanmugam, Rayapuram – Jayakumar, Srivaikuntam – SB Shanmuganathan, Nilakkottai – Thenmozhi. The final list of candidates has been released today (10.03.2021) amidst support and opposition within the party. In it, some former ministers and MLAs have been denied the opportunity. This has caused a great deal of controversy among the parties.
Similarly, the AIADMK has denied the opportunity to 41 sitting MLAs to contest again. Thus they are dissatisfied. Their description is as follows,
KV Kuppam – Loganathan,
Vaniyambadi – Nilopar Kapil
Bargur – V. Rajendran,
Gangavalli – Maruthamuthu
Attur – Chinnathambi
Omalur – Victory
Mettur – Semmalai
Sankagiri – S. Raja
Salem (South) – Sakthivel
Veerapandi – Manonmani
Perundurai -Thoppu Venkatachalam
Anthiyur – Raja Krishnan
Bhavani Sagar – Eeswaran
Coonoor – Ramu
Mettupalayam – O.K.
Palladam – Natarajan
Countapalayam – Six
Valparai – Kasturi Vasu
Krishnarayapuram – Geetha
Srirangam – Development
Manachanallur – Parameswari
Perambalur – Tamilchelvan
Panruti – Satya Panneerselvam *
விருத்தாசலம் – கலைச்செல்வன்
Mayiladuthurai – Radhakrishnan
Pattukottai – V. Sekar,
Peravurani – Govindaraju,
Kandarvakottai – Arumugam
Srivilliputhur – Chandraprabha
Ramanathapum – Manikandan
Ambasamudram – Murugaya Pandian
Nanguneri – Rettiar Narayanan
Cholingar – Sampath
With the nominations for the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections set to begin the next day (12/03/2021), various political parties are releasing the list of candidates. In its aftermath, the BJP The party has already released the list of 10 candidates for the second phase.
In this connection, the BJP In a statement, President GK Mani said, “In the forthcoming general elections to be held in Tamil Nadu on 06/04/2021, the AIADMK-led alliance has allotted 23 Assembly constituencies to the Proletarian People’s Party, out of which, in the following 09 constituencies, The second list, which includes the names of the candidates contesting on behalf of the Proletarian People’s Party, is being published with the approval of Dr. Ramadass and Anbumani Ramadass.
TN ASSEMBLY ELECTION PMK CANDIDATE LIST SECOND PHASE
Accordingly, Mayiladuthurai – Chittamalli A. Palanichamy, Virudhachalam – J. Karthikeyan, Neyveli – Co. Jegan, Chepakkam – Tiruvallikeni – A.V.A. Kassali, Gummidipoondi- M.Prakash, Cholingar- A.M. Krishnan, Kizhvelur (Single) – Veda. Mukundan, Mylam – C. Sivakumar, Kanchipuram – P. Maheshkumar is contesting, ”the BJP leader said in a statement.
In Virudhunagar district, there are 7 assembly constituencies viz., Virudhunagar, Sivakasi, Srivilliputhur, Rajapalayam, Sattur, Aruppukottai and Tiruchirappalli. Of these, two constituencies, Virudhunagar and Tiruchirappalli, were allotted to the coalition parties and the AIADMK won the remaining five constituencies. Has decided to contest and has announced the following candidates.
1.Rajapalayam – KD Rajendrapalaji
2.Srivilliputhur – EM Manraj
3.Sattur – RK
Ravichandran 4.Sivakasi – Lakshmi Ganesan
5.Aruppukottai – Vaigaichelvan
TN ASSEMBLY ELECTION ADMK CANDIDATES LITS KT RAJENDRA BALAJI
Virudhunagar AIADMK Sattur MLA sitting in a direct confrontation with Western District Secretary and Minister KD Rajendrapalaji. Rajavarman has no seat in this election.
In the last election, the AIADMK The contested Tiruchirappalli and Virudhunagar constituencies have been allotted to the coalition parties this time.
There is a vote bank for the AIADMK in Virudhunagar district. Similarly, the NDA Support votes are also substantial. As the two parties split the vote for the AIADMK, the AIADMK won two seats for the coalition parties. The leadership has generously given up.
TN ASSEMBLY ELECTION ADMK CANDIDATES LITS KT RAJENDRA BALAJI
KD Rajendrapalaji, until the last election, the AIADMK. Seen only as a candidate, Sivakasi constituency. Former AIADMK MP Due to the internal work seen by Radhakrishnan, in the last local body elections, the votes on the basis of caste fell and the Sivakasi Union DMK Comfortable. KD Rajendrapalaji has shifted from Sivakasi constituency to Rajapalayam constituency as this infighting will continue in the Assembly elections as well.
The Tamil Nadu constituency is in turmoil. Breaking news keeps coming every second without famine for excitement. The ruling party is trying to retain power. The ruling party is trying to seize power. Seeman, Kamal and Dhinakaran are plotting to seize power. The ruling AIADMK has completed the constituency distribution with the major coalition parties and released the list of candidates.
Accordingly, the AIADMK’s preliminary list of candidates was released on the 5th. In it, the names of 6 candidates and the constituency in which they are contesting were released. Bodinayakkanur – OPS, Edappadi – Palanisamy, Villupuram – CV Shanmugam, Rayapuram – Jayakumar, Srivaikuntam – SB Shanmuganathan, Nilakkottai – Thenmozhi. The final list of candidates has been released today amid support and opposition within the party. In it, some former ministers and MLAs have been denied the opportunity. This has caused a great deal of controversy among the parties.
Former ministers Manikandan, Chemmalai, Anwar Raja, former MP Maitreyan did not get a chance on the current list. Also, Nilofar Kapil, Baskaran, Valarmati, 3 ministers and some MLAs have been denied the opportunity. At the same time, Vaithiyalingam and KP Munuswamy, who are Rajya Sabha MPs, have been given the opportunity to contest in the Assembly. This has caused great controversy in AIADMK circles. ‘Edappadi has not forgotten the old enmity yet,’ say some of the AIADMK anonymous. Thus, it is said that there is smoke in the AIADMK.
In this context, some sitting AIADMK MLAs who were denied the opportunity to contest again are reported to be meeting DTV Dinakaran.