'TTV’s name, not party symbol, would fetch votes'

COIMBATORE: Amma Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam (AMMK) candidate for Coimbatore Lok Sabha constituency N R Appadurai wrapped up his marketing campaign at Ganapathi bus stand around noon on Tuesday, smartly ahead of the time limit. Earlier, he campaigned at Vadakovai, Kanappa Nagar and Rathinapuri.

In his marketing campaign, Appadurai relied at the sentiments in opposition to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and leader minister Edappadi K Palaniswami as much as the recognition of TTV Dhinakaran. “Modi’s policies reminiscent of GST and demonetisation have affected folks very a lot. The price of very important commodities has long gone up,” he stated in his marketing campaign.

“Nothing noteworthy have been accomplished up to now five years. People need a trade,” he instructed TOI. Speaking about the reaction the birthday party has got from the public, Appadurai stated there used to be excellent reaction among children and the public alike because of Dhinakaran. “Even in rural areas folks appear to recognize the birthday party,” he stated.

On the reach of ‘present box’ image, Appadurai stated as there used to be last-minute confusion in providing a logo for the birthday party, the symbol has gained reputation. “More than the symbol, folks would vote for Dhinakaran,” he stated.

Members of the birthday party also took out a two-wheeler rally in numerous areas, including Saibaba Colony and Venkitapuram.
'TTV’s name, not party symbol, would fetch votes' 'TTV’s name, not party symbol, would fetch votes' Reviewed by Kailash on April 17, 2019 Rating: 5
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