DMK chief will announce the date of swearing-in ceremony today or tomorrow, Stalin said – will gradually fulfill the election promises.
DMK chief MK Stalin thanked all the people after the victory in the Tamil Nadu assembly elections.
Along with this, he said that he will soon announce the date of the swearing-in ceremony and will gradually fulfill the poll promises made. The leader has indicated the date of swearing today or tomorrow.
Meeting of newly elected MLA will be called.
Stalin said, ‘I want to express my gratitude to the people of Tamil Nadu for giving this coalition a landslide victory in the elections. We will gradually fulfill our election promises.
I will announce the date of the swearing-in ceremony tomorrow or the day after. With this, he said, ‘I thank all the national leaders who congratulated me.
I will work keeping in mind his advice ‘. Stalin said that we are going to formally call a meeting of the newly elected MLA tomorrow and after that.
DMK returns after 10 years in Tamil Nadu.
After being in opposition for a decade, the DMK is making a comeback in power in Tamil Nadu. The DMK has wrested the chair from the ruling AIADMK in the state assembly elections held on April 6.
However, despite the anti-incumbency wave, the AIADMK’s performance has not been very bad.
DMK President MK Stalin will be the next Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. He is going to command the state for the first time.
During the previous tenure of the DMK, he was the Deputy Chief Minister and Minister of Local Administration. As the counting of votes on Sunday progressed, it became clear that the DMK was snatching power from the ruling AIADMK.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked the people of Tamil Nadu and said that his party will continue to work for the good of the state.
He also thanked the party workers, who worked hard. The performance of the DMK and its allies improved after every round of counting.
The Stalin-led party appears to be winning 155 seats with its allies. Of these, DMK has won at least 131 seats. The state assembly has 234 seats and it is necessary to have at least 118 MLAs for a simple majority.
The AIADMK, on the other hand, has got 70 seats and its allies have taken a decisive lead on nine seats.
The DMK got 37.7 percent of the votes in this assembly election. The party has performed well in the southern and northern regions. On the other hand, despite the anti-incumbency wave, the AIADMK remains a force.
It has got 33.4 percent votes and has managed to save its base in the Kongu area of Coimbatore. His electoral song Stalin Than Varau is proving right for the DMK, meaning that Stalin is going to become chief minister.
Despite the Corona guidelines, he started dropping firecrackers and distributed sweets at the party headquarters, Anna Arivalayam.