PUDUCHERRY: Slamming the N R Congress governmenmt, Tamil Nadu Chief Minster and AIADMK general secretary J Jayalalithaa said the N R Congres is ‘worst’than the Congress and the both the parites are of the same flock.
If Congress is “enemy”, then N R Congress is a “Drohi”, said while addressing a mamoth gathering at a public meeting at Oupplam port ground here on Monday. She later intorduced all the 30 candidates fielded in the Union Territory for the May 16 assembly elections.
The hard hitting speech by the AIADMK chief put at rest all rumours being aired from various quarters about the an alliance with the ruling AINRC party in Puducherry.
AIADMK supremo J Jayalalitha, recalling that the AIADMK faced the elections in alliance with All India N R Congress in the 2011 assembly elections and people elected the alliance following her request, he said Rangasamy formed the government with the support of an independent , thus buring the “coalition dharma”.
The UT has been immersed in muddy pit by Rangasamy government, who could not achieve any development for the Union Territory, she said.
The AIADMK chief said the law and order was in shambles and Rangasamy failed to resolve the probelms faced by the UT by putting pressure on the Central government.
Betryal of faith is the art known to Rangasamy. He also cheated the people by not fulfilling any promises given at the time previous election, said and added that casting votes for N R Congress is like committing ‘suicide’.
She urged the gathering to reject the N R Congress government and should sent it home.
The AAIADMK chief raised her voice and asked the gathering “will you do it’ and the crowd became boisterous and answered in the affirmative by shouting and showing tow leaves sign to the party chief.
Jayalalithaa did not spare the Congress-DMK alliance for the elections and she said the alliance and N R Congress are not concerned about the development fo the Union Territory of it people.
Pointing that the Congress rule at the Centre and in Puducherry did not yield any development for the UT, she said that party was grappling with the “group ism”.
She charged that the inefficient administration of these parties scuttled the industrial, agricultural and all round development of the regions.
Later, she charged that the Congress-DMK alliance was in power in Centre, she alleged that both indulged in “Himalayan” corruption.
Charging that these parties failed to get special statehood status for Puducherry or to waive the loan dues of the UT she alleged that personal benefits were achieved by granting permission for coal mining to an institution owned by a DMK functionary.
Charging that the Congress and DMK never functioned as credible opposition, she said those parties remained as a “puppet” of the ruling party. She added that only AIADMK functioned as a responsible opposition and fought the people by leading many agitations raising their issues.