More Parties, Outfits Support AIADMK

Published: 08th March 2014 10:19 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th March 2014 10:22 PM   |  A+A-


Many more political parties, Dalit, Muslim and Christian organisations have extended their support to the AIADMK in the Lok Sabha elections.  Leaders of these parties called on Chief Minister and AIADMK general secretary J Jayalalithaa at her residence on March 7 and expressed their solidarity with her party.

Those who had called on Jayalalithaa include All India Moovendar Munnetra Kazhagam president N Sethuraman, Moovendar Munnetra Kazhagam president GM Sridhar Vandaiyar, Tamizhaga Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam president P John Pandiyan, Puratchi Bharatham leader Poovai M Jaganmurthi M Prakash, Bishop and Synod of the Independent Churches of India. They came along with the senior office-bearers of their parties and organisations and conveyed their support to the AIADMK.

INL national president Mohammed Sulaiman, party’s State president M Basheer Ahmed, All India Desiya League president SJ Inayathuallah, Tamil Maanila Muslim League leader S Sheik Dawood, Indian Union Quaid E Milleth leader MG Dawood Miakhan and Indian Tauheed Jamaat leader SM  Pakhar also called on Jayalalithaa and expressed their support for the AIADMK.

Already, Madurai Adheenam Arunagirinatha Swamigal and leaders of many other parties have extended support to the AIADMK.

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