Tamil Nadu polls: Anbumani to take questions from people
PMK's Chief Ministerial candidate Anbumani Ramadoss is making efforts to reach out to the voters of Tamil Nadu ahead of the May 16 Assembly polls.
Chennai: In a bid to reach out to the voters of Tamil Nadu ahead of the May 16 Assembly polls, PMK's Chief Ministerial candidate Anbumani Ramadoss will hold seven meetings in seven cities where he will discuss his party's strategy for state's growth and take questions from people.
The interactive meetings, titled 'Tamizhaga Valarchi Patri' (About Tamil Nadu's Growth), will include PMK's pet theme, of that of implementing prohibition, the party said today.
Ramadoss will hold meetings in Vellore, Salem, Coimbatore, Tiruchirappalli, Madurai, Tirunelveli and Chennai and discuss with the people issues concerning urban development, agriculture and total prohibition, it said.
In the meetings scheduled between March 10 and 16, he will also talk in detail about how government departments had 'suffered' in the last 50 years, where the state was alternatively ruled by DMK and AIADMK, it said.