New Delhi: Counting is going on for the assembly elections held in five states. If we talk about Tamil Nadu then DMK (Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam) Seems to be achieving a clear majority in the trends. A total of 234 assembly seats were contested in Tamil Nadu. For these majority any party needs 118 seats.
According to the trends, DMK trends seem to be moving towards majority with 136 seats here. In this way, the Congress is also getting a big relief from Tamil Nadu due to being an ally in the alliance.
Apart from Congress in this election Vaiko-led Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam i.e. MDMK and 8 smaller parties of the state came on the DMK’s election symbol. Apart from this, DMK has also got support of Communist Party of India (Marxist), Communist Party of India in the elections.
Right there The alliance of AIDMK (All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam) and BJP is leading in 97 seats in these elections.
This election of Tamil Nadu was also important because for the first time DMK and AIDMK entered the electoral riot without their key leaders. Please tell The then chief minister and AIDMK chief J Jayalalithaa was killed six months after the 2016 assembly elections. Then in 2018, former Chief Minister and DMK chief Karunanidhi also died.
In this way, these elections in Tamil Nadu, MK Stalin of DMK and AIDMK Palaniswami was seen as having a nose fight.
Significantly, in Tamil Nadu, there has been a trend of change of power from election to election. But AIDMK has been successful in winning consecutive elections for the last two elections. In such a situation, there was a huge possibility of DMK’s victory this time.