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Union Minister of State for PMO V Narayanasamy said if Congress wins the LS seat in Puducherry, it will pave the way for the success of Congress in 2016 Assembly elections and the party’s returning to power in the UT.

Published: 27th March 2014 08:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th March 2014 08:08 AM   |  A+A-

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Union Minister of State for PMO V Narayanasamy said if Congress wins the LS seat in Puducherry, it will pave the way for the success of Congress in 2016 Assembly elections and the party’s returning to power in the UT.

Speaking after inaugurating his election office on Rangapillai Street on Wednesday, he called upon cadre to counter the propaganda made against him by CM Rangasamy by detailing his achievements and that of the UPA government to the people.

Besides, they should project the deficiencies in the AINRC government and how it has let down the people. Pegging his cadre, he said that his aim was to win by a margin of 2 lakh votes, after winning the last election by a margin of one lakh votes.

Victim Card Played

Rangasamy played the victim card while seeking votes for party nominee R Radhakrishnan at Mangalam constituency on Wednesday.

The welfare and development schemes in Puducherry had come to a halt due to the brakes put by Union Minister V Narayanasamy, said Rangasamy addressing a gathering at Mangalam.

“I will soon come out with the details of the extent of trouble he created,” the CM said. If the people desired that there should be favourable government in UT, then there should a favourable MP and a favourable government at the Centre, he said.

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