ITAK begins three day election campaign in Moothoor Tamil villages

[TamilNet, Monday, 08 March 2010, 16:07 GMT]
Ilangkai Thamizh Arasuk Kadchi (ITAK) Monday began a three day campaign by holding election meeting in every Tamil village in the Moothoor East, Verukal DS division, Moothoor DS division in Trincomalee district. ITAK leader and the chief candidate for the Trincomalee district Mr.R.Sampanthan is leading the campaign with other six candidates in the list.

The ITAK team first arrived in the historic Verukal Sri Siththiravelautha Swamy Koayil located along the Verukal River, a branch of the Mahaweli Ganga that flows into the sea. Verukal River divides the two districts Batticaloa and Trincomalee in the south.

Candidates led by Sampanthan first participated in the Pooja in the Koayil and then proceeded to hold propaganda meetings.

The first election meeting was held in one of the remotest village Uppooral Monday morning. The second was at Cheenive'li village. The final meeting on that day was held at Ilangkaiththu'rai Mukaththuvaaram.

 

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