Jaya Appoints 124 In-charges for LS Polls

Published: 05th March 2014 01:31 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th March 2014 01:31 PM   |  A+A-

Leaving no stone unturned for winning all the 40 seats in the ensuing Lok Sabha elections, Chief Minister and AIADMK general secretary J Jayalalithaa on Wednesday appointed as many as 124 in-charges for all 40 parliamentary constituencies in Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry.  The team comprises Ministers, MPs, MLAs and senior functionaries of the party. 

In a statement here, Jayalalithaa said already she had appointed several functionaries as election in-charges on September 16, 2013.  Now, some changes have been made in this list and many more functionaries have been added in the list.

"the current Lok Sabha elections are of paramount important for the party, the AIADMK functionaries and cadre should engage themselves full-fledgedly in the election works to ensure the victory of the party candidates", the AIADMK supremo said.

Ahead of all other political parties, the AIADMK chief has already released the list of candidates and the party’s election manifesto.  Jayalalithaa has commenced her campaign for the Lok Sabha elections.  She had addressed public meetings at Kanchipuram and Meenambakkam on March 3 and 4 seeking votes for the party candidates Maragatham Kumaravel and KN Ramachandran respectively.

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