The Pattali Makkal Katchi will not have any apprehensions in contesting independently all the 234 assembly seats in Tamil Nadu in the coming assembly elections, party's chief ministerial candidate, Anbumani Ramadoss, said.
"It will not have any apprehensions to contest individually (all the seats) without any alliance unlike political parties like DMK, AIADMK and Congress which are scared to contest without alliance," he said.
He met Daivasigamani, Coordinator of Farmers Associations at Erode and also some 20 Agriculturists Association leaders seeking their support for his party in the polls.
He later told reporters that if PMK was elected to power, a separate annual budget would be given for Agriculture and a separate ministry would be started for horticulture, agriculture and irrigation.
He hit out at the DMK and AIADMK and alleged that both parties had done nothing for the agriculturists. He said if PMK comes to power it would waive all agricultural loans borrowed from cooperative banks and Nationalised Banks.
He alleged that there was no industrial, agricultural and economical development in AIADMK rule.