The first talks between AIADMK and BJP leaders for the division of seats in the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections failed. The BJP held talks with Chief Minister Edappadi Palaniswamy and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam. Union Home Minister Amit Ousha spoke to Palaniswami on the phone.
Amit Shah, who gave a list of 100 candidates, demanded 60 seats. When AIADMK rejected it, the discussion broke down without a decision. Union ministers Krishna Reddy and General VK Singh, BJP general secretary in charge of Tamil Nadu CT Ravi and state president L Murugan spoke on behalf of the BJP. Patali Makkal Kakshi has reached an agreement with AIADMK for 23 seats.
Vijayakanth’s DMDK has asked for 55 seats and other smaller parties have asked AIADMK for two to ten seats. Amit Shah will be in Chennai on Sunday to discuss the issue. Meanwhile, in the secular front, DMK leader DR Balu started talks with the constituent parties. DMK president MK Statalin said the meeting with the candidates would begin on March 2. Actor Sarathkumar’s Samatha Makkal Kakshi has decided to work with Kamal Haasan ‘s sons Neethi Mayya. Kamal said he would meet the candidates in Chennai from March 1.
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