IAS officer turned Congress leader Sasikanth Senthil in straight fight with DMDK in Tiruvallur seat

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April 17, 2024

Chennai, April 17( IANS )

Sasikanth Senthil quit IAS in September 2019 protesting against the Modi regime and joined Congress. He was a Karnataka cadre IAS officer.

Interestingly Sasikanth resigned from the elite service three months after K.Annamalai resigned from IPS in Karnataka cadre and joined BJP.

Both are now fighting elections in opposing camps with Sasikanth Senthil a Congress candidate from Tiruvallur Lok Sabha constituency while Annamalai is who is the BJP Tamil Nadu president is contesting from Coimbatore Lok Sabha seat.

Even though the NTK and the BJP are in fray in Tiruvallur Lok Sabha seat, the fight is directly between Sasikanth Senthil.

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Chennai, April 17( IANS ) Sasikanth Senthil quit IAS in September 2019
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Chennai, April 18 (BPNS)

The DMK state leadership has conveyed to its cadres.

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- POLITICS -
April 17, 2024

Chennai ,April 17( BPNS)

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and President of DMK, M.K.Stalin said that Narendra Modi should be removed from the post of Prime Minister.

In a statement on Wednesday-the last day.

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- POLITICS -
April 17, 2024

Chennai ,April 17( BPNS)

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and President of DMK, MK Stalin mocked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said that his film wont be released. He also said that if the trialer of the movie was this horrible,how would it fare.

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Chennai ,April 18( BPNS) The Election Commission of India (ECI) infomed the Madras High Court
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DMK ,BJP failed to bring development to state, Edappadi K.Palainswami

- POLITICS -
April 17, 2024

Chennai ,April 17( BPNS)

AIADMK general secretary and former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Edappadi K. Palaniswami (EPS) lashed out against both the DMK and BJP and said that both the parties failed to hnour the poll promises they have made.

Speaking to media persins at his residence in Nedunchalai Nagar in Salem on Wednesday, he condemned both parties for “increased burdens placed on the people”.

EPS said that of the 520 promises that DMK made during the 2021 Assembly elections, it had fulfilled less than ten percent.

He charged that Chief Minister M.K. Stalin was blatantly lying to the people of Tamil Nadu during his election campaigns. He said that the claims of Stalin that he has fulfilled 98% of the promises was a blatant lie.

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