Tamil Nadu: Before the assembly elections in five states, various parties have started the arithmetic of the manipulation of seats with the allies apart from announcing the names of the candidates. Somewhere these equations are being formed, and somewhere they are also seen binging. A similar case has been observed in Tamil Nadu.
Significantly, before the Tamil Nadu assembly elections, Desia Murpokku Dravidar Kazhagam (DMDK) left the AIADMK-BJP alliance on Tuesday. Being told that The actor-turned-politician-led DMDK decided to leave the alliance after differences arose over allocation of seats.
The DMDK issued a statement saying that the party held three rounds of seat sharing with the AIADMK-BJP alliance, which proved inconclusive.
It is worth mentioning that DMDK has been continuously indicating for the last few weeks that if its demands are not met during the seat sharing, then it alone is ready to contest the assembly elections in all 234 seats. However, DMDK has not yet clarified what its strategy will be next.
Let us know that the elections for all the assembly constituencies of Tamil Nadu will be held on 6 April. Counting of votes and results will be announced on 2 May.
In Tamil Nadu, BJP is contesting the assembly elections in association with All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK). AIADMK also gave up 20 assembly seats for BJP along with Kanyakumari Lok Sabha constituency last week. Was announced. From the party in Kanyakumari Lok Sabha by-election Pon Radhakrishnan is in the fray.
The AIADMK is currently headed by Tamil Nadu E. Palaniswamy, with 234 assembly seats. The AIADMK and its coalition parties won 134 seats in the 2016 assembly elections. DMK stood second with 98 seats. There are many smaller parties in the state including the Congress along with the DMK. Formation of government in Tamil Nadu requires 118 seats.