ERODE: Kamaraj rule will be established in Tamil Nadu in 2011, according to Veerappa Moily, Congress Working Committee Member.
Addressing the Sathyagraha Centenary Commemoration Rally organised by the Erode District Congress Committee here on Saturday, Mr Moily, who is also in charge of Tamil Nadu, exhorted
the party members and leaders to work towards achieving the goal.
Congress members and leaders should daily visit Sathyamurthy Bhavan, party headquarters in Tamil Nadu, and sort out differences if any through discussion.
Mr. Moily said the Congress lost power to Dravidian parties forty years back, and asked the workers and leaders to propagate the policies and programmes of the party to the people to bring Congress back to power.
The party never encouraged terrorism, fundamentalism and communalism and it was ready to sacrifice every thing for the people, he said.
Union Minister of State for Textiles E.V.K.S. Elangovan said, "there is no difference of opinion among Congress leaders in Tamil Nadu". He was sure that in 2011 Kamaraj rule would be formed in Tamil Nadu.
The Congress alone would give good schemes for the poor and the needy.
Union Minister of State for Statistics G.K. Vasan said the United Progressive Alliance Government at the Centre had granted 57 projects worth Rs. 37,000 crore to Tamil Nadu. Senior Congress leaders also addressed the rally.