It had been a awesome journey with AIADMK until V Sasikala and family came along to hijack our beloved political party.
It was really a very good experience working with and for aiadmk party which had really capable leaders until this day of 29th December 2016.
I officially quit my support to AIADMK from this day until the entire kin and kith of #VKSasikala are thrown out of all leadership positions of my beloved political party started by the one and only thalaivar and vaathiyar, which was taken to even better heights by our beloved one and only #amma J Jayalaithaa
I trust upon the God almighty to save us from these hustlers and theives who have officially taken over AIADMK
A brief history of the Politicl party : AIADMK stands for All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam is an Indian political party headquarterd in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is a Dravidian party and was founded by M. G. Ramachandran (Puratchi Thalaivar MGR) on 17 October 1972 as a breakaway faction of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK)
From 1989 to 2016, AIADMK was led by Jayalalithaa, who served as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu on several occasions. The party has won majorities in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly seven times, making it the most successful political outfit in the state’s history.
The AIADMK party headquarters is located in Royapettah, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, which was donated to the party in 1986 by Janaki Ramachandran, MGR’s wife.
MGR indicated he never “favoured anti-Brahminism and ADMK would oppose ethnic exclusion”.The AIADMK sought to depoliticise the education policy of the government by not insisting on the medium of education to be Tamil language.
Policies of AIA-DMK were targeted to the poorer segments of Tamil society – poor, rickshaw pullers, and destitute women and centralising the massive noon meal scheme for children. There was ambivalent approach towards the reservation policy and interests of farmers.
The AIA-DMK government distributed free cycles to class 11 and class 12 students during its tenure of 2001–06 and free laptops for schools students later years in line with the vision 2023 of the then AIADMK party chief J Jayalalithaa.