Tamil Nadu Assembly Election 2016 Results: People Seem To Have Chosen Corruption In TN, Says Ramadoss

19/05/2016 10:47 AM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:26 AM IST
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India's Health & Family Welfare Minister Anbumani Ramadoss speaks during a news conference, ahead of World AIDS day in New Delhi November 30, 2005. Many people were being missed out in national HIV/AIDS counts in India, which has world's second biggest caseload, and the epidemic was making worrying inroads into rural areas, officials said on Wednesday. REUTERS/B Mathur

As it became clear that the PMK has failed to make much of a dent as counting of votes commenced for the 232 Assembly constituencies in Tamil Nadu, the party's chief ministerial candidate, Anbumani Ramadoss, on Thursday said the people of the state have opted for chaos and corruption again.

"Unfortunately people have chosen chaos and corruption again. Everyone knows that the DMK and AIADMK bribed the voters, unfortunately the culture of bribing voters have been there for a very long time in the state," Ramadoss told Times Now.

Polling was held on May 16 to decide the fate of over 3,700 candidates, including Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa and DMK chief M Karunanidhi.

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