AIADMK launches poll campaign, asks BJP to fall in line

“It is big brother in TN, Party will lead the alliance in TN”: AIADMK’s massage to BJP

Chennai: Tamil Nadu's ruling AIADMK on Sunday claimed that Edappadi K Palaniswami will be the Chief Ministerial face of the alliance for the 2021 Assembly elections but ruling out any chances of a coalition government.
Palaniswami also told that its ally BJP cannot make a dent in TN election and they will not accommodate the BJP in government if they won the election. Two days ago Union minister Prakash Javadekar remarked that BJP will show stellar performance in TN but did not want to make any comment about their plans with their ally in TN.
At the launch of the AIADMK's campaign for the assembly elections 2021 at YMCA grounds,  party's deputy coordinator K P Munusamy said, “opportunists, betrayers and a crowd," were blaming the Dravidian outfits, alleging they ruined Tamil Nadu by their 50 plus year rule of the state.”
At the three hour rally speakers tried hard to established the memory of AIDMK’s founder MGR and his legacy which is their main strength in coming elections and challenged BJP, Kamal Hasan and Rajinikanth who claim to establish “MGR rule” in Tamil Nadu.

Jayanta Guha

Consulting Editor

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