Stalin flays AIADMK for 'no steps' for police in manifesto
Attacking the ruling AIADMK for "not spelling out any welfare measures" for police personnel in its manifesto, DMK treasurer MK Stalin said his party would ensure constitution of the Fourth Police Commission if voted to power in the May 16 assembly polls.
"The ruling AIADMK has not done anything for police personnel or spelt out anything for their welfare in their manifesto. In our manifesto we have listed 501 promises, including measures for police," he said.
"If DMK comes to power we will ensure that the Fourth Police Commission is constituted," he said at an election rally here.
Stalin said the DMK manifesto has promised a corruption-free police department and no political interference in it.
Alleging that the AIADMK government had not cared for the poor in its five-year rule, he said Chief Minister Jayalalithaa thinks of the people only during election time.
Stalin was seeking support for DMK candidate J Anbalagan.