Setback for AIADMK-BJP in Tamil Nadu

Chennai, 9/3 (AO Bureau): In Tamil Nadu (Tamil Nadu Assembly Election 2021), the AIADMK-BJP alliance has suffered a setback before the elections. Actor Vijayakanth-led DMDK pulled out of the alliance ahead of the state elections next month. The party claimed that after three rounds of talks, the AIADMK refused to give the seat as promised. Assembly elections will be held in Tamil Nadu in a single phase on 6 April and the results will come on 2 May.

Let the charismatic and powerful leader J.J. This is the first state election for the ruling AIADMK since Jayalalithaa’s death. The opposition DMK-Congress participated in the Lok Sabha 2019 general election. He also hopes for a ‘big win’ in the state elections.

In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the Congress-led coalition won 38 of the 39 seats in the state. Last week, AIADMK allotted 20 seats out of 234 to its ally BJP, while 23 seats to another regional ally – PMK. Shortly after AIADMK released the list of six candidates, DMDK decided to leave the alliance.

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