The divisive politics of DMK and its affiliates are well known but in recent time, the gang has touched new low in Tamil Nadu politics.
The theory of jobless growth was applicable to the UPA era (2004-2014) and evidences suggest the same. There is no place and time context nor evidence to support this theory for the NDA government of 2014-2019.
DMK with its gene dipped so deeply in Anti-Brahmin-ism is so aggressive in promoting, popularizing and marketing Rahul Gandhi for the prime minister ship which even the congress is not dared to adventure.
It is an opportunity for the voters of the country to weigh and vote considering the performance of the incumbent government and promises made by the political parties and coalitions alongwith their degree of sincerity.
The AIADMK alliance has given a wonderful opportunity to the people of Tamil Nadu to change the fortune and destiny of the state and India by defeating DMK alliance.
If we carefully study the politics played by the president of DMK in the recent time, the signals are quite worrisome and look like may endanger the harmony and peace of Tamil Nadu in near future.
Democracy cannot survive without both citizens’ participation and politicians’ accountability.