MK Stalin to contest from Kolathur, his son Udhayanidhi from Chepauk

DMK president MK Stalin on Sunday presented his application to the gathering, looking to challenge from the Kolathur electorate for the forthcoming get together decisions in Tamil Nadu. This will be the third time the DMK pioneer will challenge from the voting demographic in the wake of winning the past two decisions.

In 2011, he won by a slim edge against AIADMK’s Saidai Duraisamy. Nonetheless, in 2016, he vanquished AIADMK’s JCD Prabhakar by an overwhelming margin. Before 2011, Stalin challenged from the Thousand Lights supporters. Out of the multiple times he challenged on a DMK ticket, Stalin figured out how to best his adversaries on four events. This will be the principal political race in which Stalin would challenge as leader of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam.

Then again, his child and gathering’s childhood wing secretary Udhayanidhi Stalin has presented his application communicating interest to challenge from the Chepauk-Triplicane supporters. He presented his several days prior. Udhayanidhi, whenever allowed a ticket, will make his discretionary introduction. Sources near the gathering said the central leadership picked Chepauk-Triplicane body electorate as it is the gathering bastion.The late boss priest, M Karunanidhi, had challenged from the Chepauk voting public threefold in 1996, 2001, and 2006, winning on every one of the three events. The twin areas of Chepauk and Triplicane were consolidated after the delimitation practice in 2008. In 2011 and 2016, DMK’s J Anbazhagan won from the Chepauk-Triplicane body electorate. Following his demise, because of Coronavirus in 2020, the seat fell empty. According to reports, BJP is probably going to handle entertainer Kushboo inverse Udhayanidhi to focus on the minority vote bank.

The get together political race for 234 voting public in Tamil Nadu will be hung on April 6 of every a solitary stage. The tallying of votes will be done on May 2.