Agni Paritchai 27-02-2016 Sarathkumar MLA (President of All India Samathuva Makkal Katchi Party) – Puthiya Thalaimurai tv Show 27-02-16 Agni Paritchai Program 27th February 2016
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Sarathkumar MLA (President of AISMK Party)In Agni Paritchai (27/02/16) | Puthiya Thalaimurai TV
Sarathkumar MLA (President of All India Samathuva Makkal Katchi Party)In Agni Paritchai (27/02/16) | Puthiya Thalaimurai TV
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In his early days as an actor, R. Sarathkumar was considered to be close to All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) supremo Jayalalithaa. However, Sarath’s proximity to Jayalalithaa landed him in deep trouble when the film Nattamai, which was still running in Tamil Nadu theatres, was aired by Jayalalithaa’s television channel JJ TV, using a videotape, which Sarathkumar gave her for personal viewing at her residence. However, this caused a furore in the film industry as the producer R. B. Choudary threatened action against Sarathkumar for misusing a tape given to him for personal viewing. An embarrassed Sarathkumar explained that he was taken by surprise and that he never expected Jayalalithaa to give it to the channel for telecast. He sought an explanation from both Jayalalitha and JJ TV, but without success. The ruling party reacted predictably, using every forum to attack Sarathkumar. He, in turn, realising that the public was behind him, announced his decision to join hands with Rajinikanth who supported the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) – Tamil Maanila Congress (TMC) alliance.
In 1996, Sarath Kumar entered politics joining the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK). In 1998, the DMK’s leader Karunanidhi asked Sarathkumar to contest Lok Sabha elections from Tirunelveli. In the election, DMK lost very badly and the alliance could muster only 9 seats compared to the 39 seats it swept in 1996. Even though DMK lost badly in many constituencies, Sarathkumar was defeated by the AIADMK candidate Kadambur R. Janarthanan by a margin of only 6904 votes. In July 2001, the party made him a Rajya Sabha member, but he resigned before the 2006 Assembly elections to join the AIADMK along with his wife Raadhika. His wife Radhika was dismissed from AIADMK for anti-party activities in October 2006. He also quit from AIADMK in November 2006 quoting his role as president of the South Indian Artists Association needed an “undivided attention”.
Sarathkumar launched his own political party the All India Samathuva Makkal Katchi on 31 August 2007. Sarathkumar said : “We are disillusioned by the Dravidian parties, which had done little to develop the state despite being in power for four decades”. In just before 2011 Assembly elections, Sarathkumar joined in AIADMK alliance and his party was allotted two seats. His party contested as part of the AIADMK alliance and won in two assembly constituencies – Tenkasi and Nanguneri. Sarathkumar won from Tenkasi and Ernavur A. Narayanan won from Nanguneri.