Tamilnadu: screwed over seats in AIADMK and DMDK, Modi's rally today

narendra modi
narendra modi

All the political parties have been busy finalizing their preparations for the Lok Sabha elections. National parties are also assessing their profits-loss in every state and are also in coalition. Like the Congress, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is also engaged in trying to bring regional parties to the states. In the same sequence, in Tamil Nadu, BJP had coalition alliance with the ruling AIADMK in the state last month, but the matter has been stuck between the two regional parties in this coalition and today (Wednesday) it is expected to resolve.

Before the announcement of the dates for the general elections, there has been a continuous uproar in the politics of Tamil Nadu. Deputy Chief Minister of the State. Paneerselvam has announced that the agreement between the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) and the DMDK has been reached for the Lok Sabha elections. He expressed hope that the DMDK leadership will soon take a decision on this. But it is not agreed on this.

Photo of Vijaykanth missing in local newspapers

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's election rally is scheduled to be held in Chennai today. Desia Murpokku Dravid Kadgam (DMDK) has not made any announcement about the alliance with the coalition. Although DMDK chief Vijayakant had held the meeting yesterday in connection with this, there was no consensus. Meanwhile, there was no photo of Vijaykanth in the advertisement printed in the local regional newspapers today in connection with the NDA alliance. It is being said that his photo was finally removed in the funeral.

Earlier on Wednesday morning DMDK chief Vijayakant had announced that alliance with AIADMK will be announced by noon. Vijaykant took part in the party meeting with his wife Premlata. It is being said that the matter has been stuck on the sharing of seats between these two parties.

7 Lok Sabha seats demand DMDK

DMDK is seeking 7 Lok Sabha seats from AIADMK under Coalition, while AIADMK is willing to give only 4 seats. Also, AIADMK wants DMDK to support AIDMK in the by-election to be held for 21 seats in the assembly.

In order to strengthen its position in South India in the Lok Sabha elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had just coalition alliance with ruling AIADMK in Tamil Nadu last month. Under this agreement, BJP will contest five Lok Sabha seats in the state, while there are 7 seats in the account of Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK). In Tamil Nadu and Puducherry, there is a total of 40 seats in the Lok Sabha.

In the coalition terms, AIADMK and DMDK will contest the remaining seats after 12 seats in BJP and PMK. However, it was not yet decided on how many seats AIADMK will contest during the alliance and the screw here has been trapped till now. Under the coalition, BJP has announced that the party will support the ruling AIADMK in the by-election to be held in 21 seats for the state assembly.

0/Post a Comment/Comments

Previous Post Next Post