Neyveli: The "unprecedented" corruption in Tamil Nadu over the last 50 years can be eradicated only if the six-party people's welfare front alliance is voted to power in the state Assembly elections, CPI(M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury claimed here today.
"Corruption practices in Tamil Nadu was unprecedented in the last 50 years," he alleged while addressing an election rally tonight.
In this regard, he referred to allegations of corruption against AIADMK and DMK.
Yechury claimed that the state government had "failed" to create new jobs and that 1.3 crore youth are "unemployed".
He assured that if PWF was voted to power, it would solve the NLC contract workers issue and 16,000 of them would be regularised in service.