All parties are intensifying their efforts to meet the Assembly elections. One AIADMK-led team and another DMK-led team are preparing to take the field. Kamal Haasan’s People’s Justice Center party is also waiting for other parties to keep the coalition door open.
As the political parties prepare to take the field with the support of the coalition parties, we, the Tamil Party, are planning to contest alone as usual. The Naam Tamizhar katchi, which was started in 2010, did not contest the 2011 assembly elections and the 2014 parliamentary elections. In both these elections, Seeman campaigned against the Congress.
The Naam Tamizhar Katchi candidates who contested in all 234 constituencies in this election got 4 lakh 58 thousand votes. The party received 1.07 percent of the vote. Naam Tamizhar Katchi also entered the field in the R.K Nagar by-election held in 2017. The party also met separately in the 2019 parliamentary elections and the 19th constituency assembly elections.
Accordingly, we, the Tamil Party, are to meet next year’s assembly elections alone.
Accordingly, female candidates are fielded in 117 constituencies in the forthcoming assembly elections. Party executives said the number was unlikely to fall. The most important of the policies of the Naam Tamil Party is that Tamils should rule Tamil Nadu. Due to this, Seeman continues to criticize Rajinikanth as an outsider.