Makkal Needhi Maiam on Tuesday hit out at the DMK government for going back on its promise of reinstating the earlier upper age limit of 57 years in the government school teachers’ appointment.
Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) leader Kamal Haasan on Thursday announced that his party will contest alone in upcoming local body polls in nine districts.
Party Vice president and senior leader, AG Mourya in a statement on Tuesday said Kamal Haasan would campaign in the elections.
MNM founder-president Kamal Haasan welcomed the bill reserving 7.5 per cent on a preferential basis of seats in undergraduate professional courses for government school students.
Going by the situation and invitation, the party may consider joining it, Haasan told reporters here.
Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) president Kamal Haasan on Monday submitted a petition to Coimbatore Collector GS Sameeran demanding to hold gram sabha meetings in village panchayats on August 15.
MNM president Kamal Haasan will be visiting Coimbatore on Monday for the first time after narrowly losing the Coimbatore South Assembly seat in the recent Assembly polls.
The changes come in the wake of a spate of resignations, including then vice president R Mahendran, after the elections where the party, along with its allies, could not return even a single...
I have quit MNM. Will be looking and evaluating options like joining other parties. I will be in politics, Kumaravel, General Secretary of MNM and the founder of Naturals chain of salons.
He is the fourth senior level functionary to resign and the second after former Vice President Dr R Mahendran to allege lack of democracy in the three year-old party.