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Pandiyarajan all praise for Jayalalithaa

Published: 13th June 2013 09:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 13th June 2013 09:47 AM   |  A+A-

Talking to the media after meeting Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Wednesday, founder of Ma FOi Consultants and currently Chairman of Ranstad India Pandiyarajan said he had come to politics only with a view to serve the people and joined the DMDK with that objective in mind.

“But for the past two years, I could not fulfill the expectations of the people who had voted me to Assembly. Only with a view to fulfill the needs of the people, I called on the Chief Minister,” Pandiyarajan said.

Praising the Chief Minister’s painstaking efforts to make Tamil Nadu a numero uno State, Pandiyarajan thanked the Chief Minister for giving him an audience. Pandiyarajan also read out the key demands made by him for the Virudhunagar constituency.

The DMDK had contested the 2011 Assembly elections as an ally of the AIADMK and emerged as the second largest party, winning 29 seats and got the status of the main opposition party in the Assembly. However, the relations between the two parties soured ahead of the local body elections in which the AIADMK decided to dump the allies and decided to go it alone. It had further deteriorated after a verbal exchange between  Jayalalithaa and Vijayakant.



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