"Let us remind ourselves that the ensuing Assembly elections would be an opportunity to defeat the forces which work for the selfish motives of a single family and their hunger for power," they said
People showering him and MNM their love and affection was proof that a 'good change' was in the offing, Kamal Haasan said.
He alleged that the present AIADMK government is corrupt and that all the Ministers found guilty of it would be taken to task.
The MNM chief charged that government offices in the state are operating on the basis of bribery through all stages of human life i.e. from birth to death
The EC team, led by Umesh Sinha, secretary general of the ECI, are on a two day visit to the metro to review the state's preparedness to hold the polls next year.
Over the last one year, much of promotion activity of political parties shifted to wall graffiti due to regulations imposed by the government.
But, the BJP’s national leadership will decide on the chief ministerial candidate. The party’s Tamil Nadu unit will act based on that.
Chief Minister inaugurates Amma mini-clinics, distributes welfare measures to public during his election campaign
Within AMMK, the allocation of a common symbol early is a respite from the increasing desertion of the party by many of its functionaries who were jumping to the AIADMK.
Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami will begin his campaign for the high-stakes 2021 Assembly elections from the Sendraya Perumal Temple in Edappadi constituency on Saturday morning.
Talking to the cadre in Nagercoil, Kamal said that his duty is to rebuild the State. Kamal inaugurated the office of party’s doctors wing at Marthandam.
'Answer honourable elected Prime Minister,' he said hours before kick-starting the first phase of his campaign for the Assembly polls from Madurai in southern Tamil Nadu.
MNM chief Kamal Haasan will launch his campaign for the 2021 Tamil Nadu Assembly elections from December 13 onwards.
Four-cornered contest will benefit them as they enter seat-sharing talks from a stronger position
"Let us transform everything. If not now, it will never be," thundered actor Rajinikanth on Thursday after confirming the launch of his political party