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AIADMK accuses Puducherry government of discrimination

Press Trust of India
May 07, 2013 at 11:48am IST

Puducherry: The opposition AIADMK has accused the Rangasamy-led government in Puducherry of adopting a discriminatory policy against the party out of political vendetta.

The party's Puducherry unit secretary A Anbalagan, MLA, alleged that the exclusion of the AIADMK from the State Planning Board was a clear case of discrimination; the government was showing against party legislators.

He wondered how those who were not members of the Board were invited to participate in the deliberations to finalise the draft document for the fiscal 2013-2014 in Puducherry on Monday.

AIADMK accuses Puducherry government of discrimination

The AIADMK also charged CM N Rangasamy with 'failing the drought hit farmers of Karaikal'.

He also charged Chief Minister N Rangasamy with 'failing the drought hit farmers' of Karaikal.

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