AIADMK-BJP alliance will continue, win 2021 Assembly polls in Tamil Nadu: CM Palaniswami, deputy CM Panneerselvam
The AIADMK had actually allied with the BJP, as a part of the NDA to fight the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
Union House Minister Amit Shah waves his advocates as he arrives in Chennai on Saturday. (ANI Picture)
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami and Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam stated that the AIADMK’s alliance with the BJP would continue, for the 2021 Assembly elections in Tamil Nadu. The AIADMK had actually allied with the BJP, as a part of the NDA to combat the 2019 Lok Sabha surveys.
The AIADMK deputy coordinator and coordinator made the statement at an occasion where the House Minister Amit Shah essentially inaugurated Chennai’s fifth water tank and a slew of other facilities tasks, consisting of the big-ticket stage II of Chennai city rail.
The AIADMK leaders stressed that their alliance would retain bulk seats in the assembly.
While there were minor pressures visible in the AIADMK-BJP alliance over problems such as vel yatra, the happenings on Saturday in Chennai and the grand reception accorded to the home minister by the AIADMK government was adequate sign of the continuing alliance.
The chief minister and his deputy and a handful of Cabinet ministers and only AIADMK MP were at the tarmac to get the home minister.
The road that leads from the airport to the hotel that Shah is stopping in was lined with AIADMK and BJP advocates, waving flags and placards. Many had pointed out that such a welcome was unprecedented, considered that Tamil Nadu had when established a political culture where prime ministers and senior leaders would even pay courtesy sees to the political supremos of the state.
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