Campaigning at Thattanchavady assembly seat byelection for which was to be held on April 18 along with Lok Sabha poll, Rangasamy said the AINRC nominees in both the polls would bring in developmental measures.
''The same Narayanasamy had in the past while being a union minister in the previous UPA government taken the stand that in a union territory only the Lieutenant governor had full powers,'' the AINRC founder said.
How is it that the Chief Minister was now maintaining that only elected government had the powers, he said.
Urging the voters to ensure that the AINRC nominees get a larger margin of votes, Rangasamy, who is also Leader of the oppositon, said, ''A change in government in Puducherry is absolutely essential for its speedy development.''
He said Narayanasamy was in a 'futile confrontation' with Bedi and that it did not help Puducherry in its development.
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