AIADMK Announces Break Ties With BJP In Tamil Nadu
AIADMK BJP Alliance: The tension between All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has increased further. On Monday (September 18), the senior AIADMK leader said that it has no alliance with the BJP and any decision on electoral pact will be taken only during the elections.
Senior leader D. Jayakumar met Dravidian leader C.N. To criticize Annadurai, BJP Tamil Nadu unit president K. Targeted Annamalai. He said that his party workers will not tolerate the insult of the late Chief Minister. Annamalai, late Chief Minister J. Made critical comments about AIADMK leaders including Jayalalitha.
What did BJP say?
On the statement of K Palaniswami’s party AIADMK, Tamil Nadu BJP Vice President Narayan Tirupati said that he is right. There is no alliance here. Alliance is always two-way.
What did AIADMK say?
Taking aim at the BJP and its state unit president, the former minister said, “Annamalai does not want an alliance with AIADMK, although BJP workers want it.” Should we tolerate criticism of our leaders? BJP cannot step here. You know your vote bank. You are known because of us.
Jayakumar said, “We can no longer tolerate criticism of ourselves (leaders). As far as alliance is concerned, it is not so. BJP is not with AIADMK. A decision in this regard can be taken only during elections. This is our stand.
Asked if this was his personal opinion, Jayakumar said, “Have I ever spoken to you in that capacity? I only talk about what the party decides.
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