TNTJ resolution and a very brief look on other parties posted byJaved Nazeem (Chennai)[27 March 2011] IP: 14.*.*.* India | Comment Reference Number: 3601
Dear Kizhar, TNTJ certainly has a lot of good aspects. But I think, internal democracy is not one of them. Though I would not recommend and your profession may not allow, you may need to get a bit closer to understand the individuals and the organization better. If you stick to your opinion then, I will be happy to change mine.
Regarding their current stand, I think it was taken long back. Pls check the below link - despite a bit of ambiguity, the message seems to be clear: http://tinyurl.com/67fhzef
On MMK, well, they seem to have become flexible beyond comfort. One of the good aspects with them may be they do not hit below the belt – may be, unless provoked beyond a limit. But cozying with an alliance partner beyond acceptable levels, does not qualify for a sincere organization.
On ML - off late they were seen to do few good things, but I think the one seat issue has put them back. Like to recollect a poem, I think by Thaa. Kaasim (of Thendral Kaatre fame). I remember only a part of it.
Obviously a poetic exaggeration (what a play of words!) and addressed against one party. But the message is for anybody who compromises their policies.
On Fathima Muzaffar, I thought she was a brave lady, but the below link helped to know better. Thanks to that brother from Sudan, I did a search and got this.
Let me conclude by saying this. Most of the points above are just my observations. If anybody contradicts and corrects me with clear facts, I will be happy to rectify accordingly. God knows better.