September 24, 2015
Alleging that the administration in Tamil Nadu has collapsed, PMK chief ministerial candidate, Anbumani Ramadoss today said people of the State wanted change in the Government.
The Party had already made it clear that it would give more importance and allocate higher portion of the budget to education and health sectors, which was neglected by the earlier Governments, Anbumani told reporters here.
Moreover, the Party had promised to provide one Government job per family, once it came to power, he said, adding that law and order situation had gone out of hand, as officials from various departments were committing suicide.
Stating that PMK would welcome any political party to join it, barring AIADMK and DMK, he said that the Party was ready to share power with the alliance partners, if PMK was voted to power, which had the support of the public.
On the recent Global Investors’ Meet, Anbumani said that the Party had already said it was an eye wash and on the contrary nearly Rs. 50,000 crore worth investments had gone to nearby Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.