All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagham (AIADMK) is an Indian Tamil political party with a strong base in Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry. The following is a Tamil party in Delhi and Mumbai, Bangalore and some influence in the Tamil speaking areas with the Kollar found among the population. AIADMK is currently in power in Tamil Nadu, and after the 2014 general election, the third largest party in the Lok Sabha.
Here are 10 interesting facts about the AIADMK.
Jayalalithaa was leaving the party in a succession crisis, 5th December 2016, died in Chennai. His close associate Sasikala was recently unanimously elected to lead the party. O.Paneerselvam sworn in as the new chief minister Jayalalitha after death.
AIADMK party is a person mostly-. Party founder MGR was a larger than life figure and so was his successor Jayalalithaa. Public projects or charisma of the party in Tamil Nadu Jayalalitha’s party won the elections, of course, only time will tell.
2. Amma Canteens
Jayalalitha’s AIADMK is the biggest highlight of a diverse crowd- draw from the rickshaw for techies, known as Amma Unuvagams to provide subsidized food, Amma canteens, popular Tamil Nadu urban centers was. Amma canteens lower classes is seen as a staple that helps them cope with rising food and fuel prices.
3. Popular and Populist Decisions
The AIADMK under Jayalalitha, banning state lottery tickets were popular choices as to ban the sale of tobacco control sand mining near schools, etc. However, the party’s chief minister Jayalalithaa many political analysts are trying to create a doll culture by what was seen by analysts as power-free units, loan discounts, 50 percent scooter for working women miss out gold schemes etc. freebies rolling
4. Jayalalitha Era
The alliance with the AIADMK, Congress returned to power in Tamil Nadu in 1991, and was sworn in as Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. Many political analysts have put the decision in the context of early DMK led by growing sympathy following the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi, Karunanidhi reign. The Minister was impressed by the corruption charges against him, which is a complete rout of the AIADMK in 1996 assembly polls with only 4 seats in managing the assembly of high Jayalalithaa’s first term party bag. The party formed a coalition with led National Democratic Alliance party during the 1998 elections, and which later became a part of the back was, in 1999, it supported the government bring down when taken back to the Congress. On the state level, the government was able to make, but because of the involvement of Jayalalithaa assets case in revenues during the first period of 2001, O.Paneerselvam oath as Chief Minister.After the Supreme Court rolled her sentence, she was sworn in as chief minister again. DMK to power in the state, the DMK government lost to corruption and nepotism accusations against the anti-incumbency factor arising from the Karunanidhi government, it was back to the Assembly in 2011.The Tamil party is still in power in Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry.
5. LTTE and AIADMK
The two main parties- Tamil DMK and AIADMK most sympathetic Tamil and Tamil Ealem Ealem have been thought of Liberation Tigers (LTTE). V.Prabhakaran – Mgr LTTE and the financial and political support for its leader. Tamil Nadu MGR rule in the 1980s had violated the immigration laws, Tamil Nadu LTTE to establish a strong base in the coastal cities, creating a virtual government. Mgr the police were not prepared to deal with the growing presence of the LTTE in Tamil Nadu and ill-equipped. After Sri Lanka, Tamil July 1983 Tamil murder, the drop of Tamil refugees in Tamil Nadu common, even young trained guerrillas to enter the state to establish a militant base, turned into a flood .
LTTE’s AIADMK sympathy, however, was short-lived, and Party, led by J.Jayalalitha turned into a bitter critic after Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination. and called for a complete ban, the controversial Prevention of terrorism Act invoked Supreme leader Vaiko on. AIADMK government, Jayalalithaa led even managed to pass a resolution in Tamil Nadu Assembly to protect the extradition of Prabhakaran’s head of LTE LTE conspiracy to kill Rajiv Gandhi. Tamil Nadu catch up with the popular mood in the running for the 2009 elections – while AIADMK has consistently maintained its anti-LTTE stand, Jayalalithaa army Tamil Sri liberate civilians Lanka had come to talk about. AIADMK did not condemn the defeat of the LTTE and the killing of LTTE leaders, but it sent out a strong message against innocent Tamil civilians have died. Ealem Tamil cause in Sri Lanka for the establishment of a separate Tamil state in the latest resolutions of the Assembly was to achieve a referendum. The AIADMK government apologized Rajiv Gandhi assassination convicts.
6. Succession Crisis and the Rise of J.Jayalalitha
MGR’s death led to a succession crisis within the party in December 1987 threw the AIADMK in a state of chaos. Immediately after his death, MGR’s wife Janaki Ramachandran took over as Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. However, J.Jayalalitha, did not go down well with a close aide of pro-MGR – and began a fierce battle between the party Janaki faction and Jayalalithaa. Because of this rift within the party, AIADMK’s election loss after 12 years, and in 1989 assembly election, led by returning Karunanidhi power DMK was voted out of power with the Congress Alliance ,. This loss J.Jayalalitha, led the party to remain united under the leadership of its leader until his death in 2016.
7. Fall-out with Congress
After the AIADMK and the latter deteriorated due to join the Janata Party cabinet between the Indian National Congress party was voted out of power in post emergency. Tamil Nadu Congress alliance with M. de. Return to power in 1980 after the government rejected the opposition in several states including Tamil Nadu Indira Gandhi, and demanded new elections. AIADMK won a thumping victory by winning 234 of the 129 assembly seats.
8. First Dravidian Party to join the Union Cabinet
AIADMK led by Mgr AravindaBalaPajanor SatyavaniMuthu and immediately after the emergency, to join in the party between 1977-79 to join the Cabinet, Dravid became the first political party.
9. Support for the Indian National Congress during Emergency
Indian National Congress during the Emergency years of AIADMK. In the center to implement an ordinance to dismiss the government led by Indira Gandhi and Tamil Nadu in 1976 D M, AIADMK state registered a landslide victory in the election deposit. MGR, 7th sworn in as chief minister of the state, and in 1987, won three consecutive elections until his death, had been in power.