Villupuram: VCK president Thol. Thirumavalavan on Sunday alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not utter a single word criticising the ruling AIADMK government during his election campaign in the city and both the parties would like to have friendly ties after the election.
“The Prime Minister, while addressing a rally in Chennai, did not utter a single word criticising the AIADMK government in the state while Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi criticised the ruling AIADMK for the lack of development and claimed that the state tops in the corruption in the country,” he said, while campaigning in support of his party candidate D. Ravikumar in Vanur constituency.
He alleged that it only indicates that both the BJP and AIADMK would like to continue their friendly tie up. Mr Thirumavalavan urged the voters to vote for his party candidate, as it is an alternative to AIADMK and DMK in the state. "You should bring an end to this one party government in the state by voting out alliance to power which promises to form a coalition government. If you elected Mr Ravikumar and the alliance came to power, he will be part of the ministry," he said to a big round of applause from his party cadres.
Coming down heavily on the AIADMK and DMK for misleading the voters by promising to implement prohibition, he said that how would the two parties whose leaders owns distilleries and breweries shut down the liquor shops.
“After making large number of people as drunkards, DMK is now promising to implement prohibition if is voted to power. AIADMK is promising to implement prohibition in a phased manner. Jayalalithaa is not only a chief minister, also owner of a distillery. How will she close down the liquor shops in the state?" he wondered. He added that only if the alliance comes to power, prohibition would fully implemented in the state....