|Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
|Ungal Thogithiyil MK Stalin Ani
|Submit Personal Problems/Complaints Online
DMK MK Stalin Ani
MK Stalin, stand before you, the people of Tamil Nadu and give you my commitment. My first priority is to address your personal problems. The first 100 days of my government will be dedicated to addressing your problems in a mission mode – you can hold me accountable for this
How To Submit Complaint Online?
1. Visit Stalin Ani Website
2. Write Your Issue
3. Enter Your Personal Details
4. Download Receipt
Ungal Thogithiyil Stalin
MK Stalin launched a new campaign on January 29 titled ‘Ungal Thogithiyil Stalin’ from Thiruvannamalai district. He will cover all the 234 assembly constituencies of the state in a month. During the campaign, people can submit their grievances, which the DMK leader will seal and put in a box to be addressed once the party comes to power.
For those who cannot participate, the party has announced a website, mobile number and the Stalin Ani app (Stalin party’s app) to register their complaints. Grievances of individuals or families should be on issues such as water connections, pensions, birth certificates and ration cards. General complaints such as lack of infrastructure will be taken care by existing systems such as district collector’s offices and the chief minister’s complaint cell
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam is a political party in India, particularly in the state of Tamil Nadu and union territory of Puducherry. It is currently the Opposition party in Tamil Nadu and is part of the Indian political front the United Progressive Alliance.
DMK is a Dravidian party, adhering to the social democratic and social justice principles of C. N. Annadurai and Periyar E. V. Ramasamy. It was founded in 1949 by Annadurai as a breakaway faction from the Dravidar Kazhagam (known as Justice Party until 1944) headed by Periyar E. V. Ramasamy.
DMK was headed by Annadurai from 1949 until his death on 3 February 1969. He also served as Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu from 1967 to 1969. Under Annadurai, in 1967, DMK became the first party, other than the Indian National Congress, to win state-level elections with a clear majority on its own in any state in India. M. Karunanidhi followed Annadurai as the first President of DMK from 1969 until his own death on 7 August 2018.
He also served as Chief Minister for five non-consecutive terms, in two of which he was dismissed by the Central government. At present, the DMK is led by Karunanidhi’s son M. K. Stalin, who served as Deputy Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu from 2009 to 2011. Stalin was elected as the party’s Executive Leader in 2017 and then was unanimously elected as Party President by the general body of DMK in 2018, after Karunanidi’s death.
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