Home / Regional / Activist who led development against Kudankulam atomic plant, joins AAP

Activist who led development against Kudankulam atomic plant, joins AAP

Tamil Nadu, March 1, Sandipan Sharma:  Activist SP Udayakumar, who led an individuals’ development against the Kudankulam atomic force plant in Tamil Nadu, joined the Aam Aadmi Party today.

Activist who led development against Kudankulam atomic plant, joins AAP

Activist who led development against Kudankulam atomic plant, joins AAP

Declaring his choice at Idinthakarai town in Tirunelvelli area, around 650 km from Chennai and ground zero of the challenge against the atomic plant, Mr Udayakumar said, “AAP has consented to conditions put by our group… We will continue against all ruinous tasks crosswise over India.”

The activist said he finds AAP a “believable elective” to the Congress and the BJP. He is liable to be fielded from Kanyakumari situate however AAP, which makes its introduction in Lok Sabha surveys in the not so distant future, has not made a formal affirmation yet.

Check Also

Trinamool Congress’ core meet today: Panchayat polls, BJP on Mamata Banerjee’s agenda

KOLKATA: After touring three districts, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee would return to Kolkata …

Congress workers march to EC to protest PM Modi’s roadshow after casting his vote

Voting is underway in the second and final phase of the Gujarat Assembly Elections 2017. …