CHENNAI: Rajini Makkal Mandram held talks with members of various Rajini clubs in Chennai and neighbouring districts to finalise its office-bearers.
At a recent three-day meeting in Chennai, V M Sudhakar, administrator of all India Rajini fan clubs, and office-bearers of Rajini Makkal Mandram, held discussions with Rajini fan club members and sought their views on local issues.
During the meeting, the representatives discussed creation of new wings for women and minorities, while announcing the State and district level office-bearers and internal elections to be conducted to the top posts.
Rajini Makkal Mandram sources told Express that the meeting was conducted as part of the ongoing work to strengthen the organisation. “So far, office-bearers had been announced for three districts - Vellore, Tirunelveli and Thoothukudi. Soon, office-bearers will be announced for other districts,” said the coordinator.
Sources added that special camps to enrol new members are being conducted at ward level in Chennai and other parts of Tamil Nadu.
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