Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi


Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi
Viduthalai Siruthaigal Katchi
Chairperson Thol. Thirumavalavan
Founded 1972
Headquarters Velachery, Chennai
Ideology Social Democratic/Populist
Alliance TMC+ (1999)
DMK+ (2001-2004)
ADMK+ (2006-2009)
UPA (2009-present)
Website
http://www.vck.in/
Politics of India
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Elections

Dalit Panthers of India (DPI) or Viduthalai Chiruthaigal (Tamil: விடுதலைச் சிறுத்தைகள்) is a people's movement and political party mainly based in Tamil Nadu.[1] It advocates for the rights and welfare of Dalits. Its leader is Thol. Thirumavalavan. It won two MLA seats in 2006 state assembly elections on its own in alliance with AIADMK. Now it is in the DMK front. It was involved in a controversy involving the south Indian actress Kushboo.[2]

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Dalit Panthers of India (DPI) or Viduthalai Siruthaigal (Tamil: விடுதலைச் சிறுத்தைகள்) is a people's movement and political party mainly based in Tamil Nadu.[1] It advocates for the rights and welfare of Dalits. Its leader is Thol. Thirumavalavan. It won two MLA seats in 2006 state assembly elections on its own in alliance with AIADMK. Now it is in the DMK front. It was involved in a controversy involving the south Indian actress Kushboo.[2]

They got 2 Seats from AIADMK Alliance in 2006 and joined with DMK and if they get more/less ,seems they will Join with AIADMK ..

FOR THE VIDUTHALAI CHIRUTHAIKAL KATCHI, THE NEW SYMBOL ALLOTED WAS CANDLE

  1. ^ http://www.tnsec.tn.nic.in/symbols/Political%2520parties.pdf
  2. ^ R. Ilangovan (21 November 2005). "Kushboo case: Collector gets report on violence". The Hindu. [1]

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