Puducherry, Oct 15 (UNI) If necessary, the Congress would evolve a meachanism to sort out the reported differences of opinion among the alliance partners here on the implementation of certain developmental schemes in the union territory, AICC General Secretary Incharge of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry V Arun Kumar said here today.
Answering a question at a press conference,Mr Kumar said during his discussions, no Congress functionary had informed him about the difference of opinion.
Chief Minister N Rangasamy would visit the PCC office every Sunday to hear the views of the party cadres.
Mr Kumar, who held discussions with the Chief Minister and his Cabinet colleagues, lauded the performance of the government here, especially in the implementation of various schemes including old age pension which was the highest in the country and the Kamaraj Housing Scheme.
On Tamil Nadu Congress' call for Kamaraj Rule in the state,he said nothing was impossible in politics.
In a multi-cornered contest, one need not get 51 per cent majority to form a government, he said and added 'who is ruling is not important as long as the benefits reach the people.' UNI