The manifestos of the political parties of Tamilnadu show that the political parties are not interested in finding solutions to the problems, but are interested only in temporary relief to the affected people.For example, the solution to the problems of farmers is to increase the procurement prices of wheat, rice, sugarcane etc and to procure vegetables from farmers at a fixed price, of say Rs.10/kg for tomato, Rs.15/kg for brinjal etc.Similarly. the solution to the corruption is not appointing new authorities or enacting new laws but to undertake simple administrative reforms like changing the office procedures. No manifesto talks about this.Giving subsidies and freebies is no solution to poverty. The real solution is to provide jobs to all able bodied and willing persons. Considering the very large number of works to be undertaken, creating jobs is definitely very easy. What is to be done is to undertake large projects like linking rivers in the state, laying /widening roads, maintaining these roads, deepening lakes, dredging dams, building hospitals etc. The government should also offer all possible assistance to private sector to set up factories. Thus it is easy to provide jobs to all. In fact in Tamilnadu, there is shortage of labour, and that is why workers from far off states like Assam, West Bengal, Bihar, Orissa, Jharkand etc have come to Tamilnadu. What is to be done is is to establish an agency in each village,which will regulate the employment. This will lead to migration from cities/towns to villages.