“Our party has plans to provide special incentive to farmers rearing native cattle to protect them from extinction. Also, skill development centres would be established to promote farming and weaving on a priority basis. A law will be enacted against installation of power towers in fertile farm lands,” he said, while campaigning during the fifth leg of his ‘Reimagining Tamil Nadu’ tour at Kangeyam in Tirupur district.
Addressing gatherings in different spots across Tirupur and Erode districts, Kamal said that a silent revolution has begun with a desire to change the government.
“This desire for a change should be carried forward with the same momentum. I am not a leader, but just an instrument in your hands to change Tamil Nadu. We have begun our journey with an aim to implement welfare schemes within a stipulated time. People can realise the change once MNM comes to power,” he said.
Declaring that this is not a contest between political parties alone, Kamal said that it is a war between honesty and corruption. “A political change can be brought in Tamil Nadu if women and youth desire for it,” he said.