With just four days left for the Assembly elections in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Kerala, political parties are engaged in hectic electioneering to woo the voters. The Election Commission has also increased its vigil to ensure ethical voting.
In Tamil Nadu, insertion of ballot papers into electronic voting machines is nearing completion and nearly 27,000 polling booths are to be monitored by web streaming. Our correspondent reports several leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, addressed rallies yesterday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Vedaranyam address last evening focused on growth saying the AIADMK and the DMK have blocked development in the state. Stressing that the BJP-ruled states are fulfilling the demands of power,

drinking water and other basic needs, he asked the people of the state to vote for the BJP to bring about a change.
The AIADMK supremo and state chief minister J.Jayalalithaa in Chennai dwelt upon maintenance of law and order and many of the welfare schemes that the opposition say as populist. The DMK chief M.Karunanidhi in Tiruvarur said waiver of crop loans would be one of his first signatures to be affixed if his party comes to power. 
The CPI Rajya Sabha member D.Raja told press in Madurai, the BJP ruled states are not free from corruption charges. He blamed that the ruling AIADMK and the opposition DMK are trying to cover up the fact that Tamil Nadu is in a deep debt trap. Leaders of various parties are scheduled to address political rallies today as well.

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