MNM chief Kamal Haasan rules out alliance with Kazhagam parties for TN Assembly polls

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Haasan said that his party if elected to power in the state after Assembly polls, will have a straight forward scheme to people.

 

Actor-turned-politician  and Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) chief Kamal Haasan on Monday announced that his party will not forge any alliance with Kazhagam parties.

While speaking at Kanchipuram, Chennai, Haasan said: "There will be no alliance with Kazhagam parties in the forthcoming Assembly election in Tamil Nadu”.

Kamal Hassan added that his party want to focus on "economic revolution".

Kamal Haasan had kick-started his party's campaign for the upcoming Tamil Nadu Assembly polls on December 13, confirmed about contesting the Assembly elections. However, he did not announce the constituency from which he will contest in the coming days.

Haasan said that his party if elected to power in the state after Assembly polls, will have a straight forward scheme to people.

"We will provide service to people's doorsteps. All house will be digitally connected. All city infrastructure will be given to the village so that migrant will not take place. Enterprise economy will be given focus so that small scale industries will be focussed," he said.

"Internet will be declared as a basic human right. We can give 200 MBPS free to every home which will be a common property resource," he said.

Assembly election in Tamil Nadu likely to be held in April-May next year.

All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) and Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) are the main Kazhagam parties in the state. 

 

With inputs from Agency

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