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AIADMK stands for All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazagham

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They opposed to any entrance of any kind of cultures of north India. They specially attacked the attempt to introduce Hindi language in Tamil Nadu (see also Official languages of India). This party members also saw in the Tamili Brahmans agents of north India who immigrated to south India to enforce to north Indian Aryan culture on the south Indians (see Aryans and Dravidians). The party demanded to reserve the government jobs for Dravidians and not to 'immigrant' Brahmans. In 1972 this party split and a new party was founded by MC Ramachandaran and it was named All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazagham.
The number is divided among the 28 States and the 7 Union Territories as follows: States (1) Andhra Pradesh-- 42 (2) Arunachal Pradesh --2 (3) Assam --14 (4) Bihar-- 40 (5) Chhattisgarh - 11 (6) Goa-- 2 (7) Gujarat-- 26 (8) Haryana-- 10 (9) Himachal Pradesh --4 (10) Jammu & Kashmir --6 (11) Jharkhand - 14 (12) Karnataka --28 (13) Kerala --20 (14) Madhya Pradesh --29 (15) Maharashtra --48 (16) Manipur --2 (17) Meghalaya --2 (18) Mizoram --1 (19) Nagaland --1 (20) Orissa --21 (21) Punjab --13 (22) Rajasthan --25 (23) Sikkim --1 (24) Tamil Nadu --39 (25) Tripura --2 (26) Uttar Pradesh --80 (27) Uttarakhand - 5 (28) West Bengal --42 Union Territories (1) Andaman & Nicobar Islands --1 (2) Chandigarh --1 (3) Dadra & Nagar Haveli --1 (4) Daman & Diu --1 (5) Delhi --7 (6) Lakshadweep --1 (7) Pondicherry --1 and 530 member to represent state and 20 to union territories RAJYA SABHA The ?Council of States? which is also known as Rajya Sabha, a nomenclature that was announced by the chair in the House on the 23rd August, 1954 has its own distinctive features and the members are about 246 where Indian National Congress (INC ) 72 Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP ) 49 Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP ) 15 Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M) ) 11 Samajwadi Party (SP ) 9 Dravida Munnetra Kazagham (DMK ) 7 All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazagham.
The other accused in the case are former small scale industries minister Mohamad Asif, former Tansi chairman and managing director T R Srinivasan, former stamps collector S Nagarajan and former joint secretary to the chief minister Karpurasundara Pandian. According to the chargesheet, Jayalalitha allegedly bought the land belonging to the TNSIC at a throwaway price in utter misuse of her official position as the chief minister. The prosecution case is that prime TANSI land at Guindy in Madras was purchased at a price lower than the prevailing market price, by Jaya Publications, Sasi Enterprises -- in which Jayalalitha and Sasikala were partners -- and RR Industries. 3. June 6,1998 - Special judge-1 S Sambandam, trying cases of corruption during the previous All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazagham.