Who is Vanathi Srinivasan?

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Publish Date : 2021-05-04 15:09:17
Who is Vanathi Srinivasan?

Vanathi Srinivasan won the seat with 52,627 votes

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The 50-year-old’s positivity during the election campaign reverberated with the masses
Born on June 6, 1970, into an agricultural family Srinivasan received her primary education in Coimbatore
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Vanathi Srinivasan emerged victorious over actor-politician Kamal Haasan from the Coimbatore (South) seat in the recently-held Tamil Nadu assembly election. Srinivasan won the seat with 52,627 votes, 1,540 more than the Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM) chief, with Congress leader Mayura S Jayakumar finishing third with 41,663 votes.

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One of just four seats won by the saffron party in the state, the odds were stacked against Srinivasan prior to the election as the BJP had failed to win the seat for a decade. However, the 50-year-old’s positivity during the election campaign reverberated with the masses as she defied the odds and emerged victorious.

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During the election campaign, she promised free wi-fi service, a jewellery institute and a multi-storey car parking to ease the traffic in the bustling marketplace, which has been a priority for the people of the constituency. This year’s result builds on performance from the elections in 2016, when she was praised for innovative campaign strategies like “Coffee with Vanathi” and “ask Vanathi”, which helped her finish third with a 21.57% vote share.

People are also well aware of Srinivasan’s reputation as a dedicated worker. A lawyer by profession, she also serves as the party’s national women’s wing and a former member of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (ABVP).

Born on June 6, 1970, into an agricultural family Srinivasan received her primary education in Coimbatore. She started practicing law at the Madras High Court in 1993, the same year she joined the BJP. She became an active member of the ABVP in 1988. During the peak of the political crisis in Tamil Nadu in 2017, the BJP used her to reach out to the AIADMK’s E K Palaniswami. 

She was made the national head of the BJP’s Mahila Morcha in October 2020, becoming the first woman from South India to hold the position. 


The BJP President made the comment during his two-day visit in West Bengal
Nadda said he will be visiting BJP workers killed in post-election violence
The BJP has claimed that a total of six people have been killed in West Bengal in post-poll violence
Bywith inputs from PTI
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President JP Nadda said on Tuesday that violence erupting in West Bengal after assembly elections were reminiscent of atrocities committed during India’s partition, while addressing party workers in the state to fight the violence in a democratic manner, reported PTI.

The BJP All India President, touring West Bengal in his two-day visit, said that workers across India have expressed their solidarity with the party members in the state, as the latter continue to face attacks.

Also read: Party is with workers facing atrocities by 'TMC goons', says BJP Bengal chief Dilip Ghosh

"We are committed to democratically fight this ideological battle and the activities of the TMC, which is full of intolerance. I had heard of the immense atrocities committed during the Partition, but I have never seen such post-poll violence that is occurring in West Bengal after the declaration of election results (on May 2)," Nadda was quoted by PTI as saying.

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He also said he will be visiting the residences of BJP workers killed in post-election violence in the district of South 24 Parganas, while noting that the party’s workers from all over India were with them.

So far, the BJP has claimed that six of its workers and supporters, including a woman, were killed in the aftermath of assembly elections that concluded through counting of votes on May 2.

The BJP President made the comment during his two-day visit in West Bengal
Nadda said he will be visiting BJP workers killed in post-election violence
The BJP has claimed that a total of six people have been killed in West Bengal in post-poll violence
Bywith inputs from PTI
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President JP Nadda said on Tuesday that violence erupting in West Bengal after assembly elections were reminiscent of atrocities committed during India’s partition, while addressing party workers in the state to fight the violence in a democratic manner, reported PTI.

The BJP All India President, touring West Bengal in his two-day visit, said that workers across India have expressed their solidarity with the party members in the state, as the latter continue to face attacks.

Also read: Party is with workers facing atrocities by 'TMC goons', says BJP Bengal chief Dilip Ghosh

"We are committed to democratically fight this ideological battle and the activities of the TMC, which is full of intolerance. I had heard of the immense atrocities committed during the Partition, but I have never seen such post-poll violence that is occurring in West Bengal after the declaration of election results (on May 2)," Nadda was quoted by PTI as saying.

Also Read| Home Ministry asks Mamata Banerjee to send report on post-poll political violence

He also said he will be visiting the residences of BJP workers killed in post-election violence in the district of South 24 Parganas, while noting that the party’s workers from all over India were with them.

So far, the BJP has claimed that six of its workers and supporters, including a woman, were killed in the aftermath of assembly elections that concluded through counting of votes on May 2.



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