TNA nominates Chairman of Vavuniyaa UC

[TamilNet, Wednesday, 12 August 2009, 17:36 GMT]
Tamil National Alliance (TNA) has nominated Mr. S. N. G. Nathan for the post of Chairman of the Vavuniyaa Urban Council. General Secretary of the Ilankai Thamil Arasu Kadchchi (ITAK) and TNA parliamentarian Maavai Senathirajah said that he would inform the Elections Commissioner the decision in writing Thursday. ITAK, a constituent of the TNA, bagged five seats in the recently held election to the Vavuniyaa UC.

Mr. Nathan obtained 1099 preferential votes at the election. Though he was nominated as the leading candidate of the TNA, he came third in the preferential votes list.

Meanwhile, the party has also decided to appoint N. S. Muguntharathan who topped the list with 2551 votes as the deputy chairman.

Other members representing the ITAK in the council are E. Sivakumar (1105), S. Surenthiran (858) and I .Kanagiah (791).

 

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