Ritheesh wants Radharavi, the former Nadigar Sangam secretary to be re-elected as Dubbing Association President.

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news Thursday, March 24, 2016 - 17:44

After the recently concluded Nadigar Sangam Annual General Meeting, there are seemingly issues between the current Nadigar Sangam board and politician turned actor JK Ritheesh who was considered a key person for the victory of Pandavar Ani (actor Vishal’s team).

According to sources, it is claimed that JK Ritheesh was not honored or recognized properly during the Annual General Meeting of Nadigar Sangam. However, Ritheesh had announced that he would take care of the entire medical insurance for the members.

The Annual General Meeting was organized by Vice President Ponvannan, who apologized to Ritheesh but was not ready to accept his mistake. It is also being said that Ponvannan is busy promoting himself with the Nadigar Sangam tag which has been opposed by most of its members.

Moreover, Ritheesh wants Radharavi, the former Nadigar Sangam secretary to be re-elected as Dubbing Association President which is being widely opposed by the Nadigar Sangam board members.

In the Annual General Meeting which was held on March 20, the new building plan was announced but seemingly has some trustee approval issues because of which some senior heads are ready to step down.

Earlier, JK Ritheesh was supporting Sarathkumar and Radharavi’s team but later he gave his support to Pandavar Ani team when Radharavi denied getting money from him, for which he had valid proof.

JK Ritheesh was a key person who worked for the victory of Vishal and team and he was also mentioned by Vishal in his speech after winning the elections. Ritheesh claimed that he worked day and night for them and he managed about 900 voters and converted them into possible votes for actor Vishal’s team and only because of this, they won the elections with a decent margin.

(This content was provided by Digital Native)

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