Tamil Nadu Assembly elections 2021: There are a total of 234 assembly seats in Tamil Nadu and its term is ending on May 24. Tamil Nadu has been ruled by the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (Annadramuk) for the last 10 years.
The campaign for Tamil Nadu assembly elections is being fiercely campaigned. Political parties are making new promises to attract voters. Voting will be held in the state on April 6 and election results will be announced on May 2. Meanwhile, a case was registered against Melur MLA from the state and AIADMK candidate Periyapulla Selvam. It is being told that he has campaigned inside a mosque, which is a violation of the model code of conduct.
To woo the voters in Tamil Nadu, they are adopting different methods for campaigning and making more promises than one. While the AIADMK and DMK are talking about giving washing machines and digital tablets, an independent candidate surprised everyone with a string of unimaginable promises. Actually, this candidate has promised people to travel to the moon.
His election promises may seem bizarre and impossible, but R. Saravanan says that he has done this with the intention of creating awareness against the culture of giving things free of cost and the tall political claims. Saravanan has promised a 100-day free trip to the moon, a free iPhone and even a small helicopter. Saravanan has contested from Madurai South. Saravanan has promised to deposit one crore rupees annually in the bank accounts of every family if elected as an MLA.
Promises to build 300 feet high artificial snow mountains
His unimaginable 14 election promises include free robots to help people with their household chores, a three-story house with swimming pools for all, a small helicopter, gold jewelery for women to marry, a boat for every family and This includes giving one crore rupees to the youth to start their own business. Not only this, he has promised to install a 300-foot-high artificial snow mountain to keep his constituency cool besides a space research station and a rocket launch pad.
234 assembly seats in Tamil Nadu
There are a total of 234 assembly seats in Tamil Nadu and its term is being completed on May 24. Tamil Nadu has been ruled by the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (Annadramuk) for the last 10 years. The people of the state re-assigned AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa to the throne in the 2016 assembly elections. In this election, AIADMK won 135 seats while Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) was reduced to 88 seats. The Congress had got eight seats while the BJP’s account could not be opened either. In this year’s assembly elections, the AIADMK and BJP have formed a coalition and will compete with the DMK and Congress alliance.
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