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Tamil Nadu Elections: Parliament Allocates 25 Seats to DMK-led Alliance

Tamil Nadu Legislature Chief KS Alagiri announced on Sunday that the party has signed a seat-sharing agreement with Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) to compete for the upcoming 25 seats.

“We have signed a seat sharing agreement Parliament will vie for 25 seats in the next Tamil Nadu election and by-elections for Kanyakumari Lok Sabha. ”

The meeting was held at Headquarters on Sunday morning.

Son of Udayanidi Stalin, President MK Stalin and DMK Youthwing Secretary are seeking tickets to the contest from members of the Chennai-Cepok Parliament.

Udhayanidhi Stalin was also interviewed yesterday by the DMK Election Commission at Party Headquarters. Parliament will also challenge the Lok Sabha by-elections from the vacant Kanyakumari seats. The DMK has also allocated 6 seats to the CPI and an additional 6 seats to the MDMK. The total number of seats allocated to allies by DMK is 48, but it will be contested from 186 seats.

Dinesh Gandu Lao, head of the Tamil Nadu Legislature, told the media, “The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which has an alliance with All India Anna Dravidian Munetra Kazagam (AIADMK), has ended AIADMK. I intend to let you do it. “

“They want to kill all opposition parties and have” one-party, one-party rule “in the country. Congress, the DMK, the Left, and the Liberation Panther Party (VCK) will dominate these elections, “he added.

The 234-member Tamil Nadu parliamentary elections will take place on April 6th in a single-phase manner and will be counted on May 2nd.

The ruling AIADMK has challenged the vote in a pre-voting alliance with BJP.

DMK has teamed up with Congress. This time, Kamal Haasan’s party, Makar Niti Maiam (MNM), who turned from an actor to a politician, is also fighting.

(Only the headlines and photos in this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff. The rest of the content is automatically generated from the syndicate feed.)

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Tamil Nadu Elections: Parliament Allocates 25 Seats to DMK-led Alliance

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