Important meeting of Tamil Nadu BJP, AIADMK said – will form separate alliance for Lok Sabha and Assembly

Lok Sabha Election 2024: All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) Deputy General Secretary KP Munusamy said in Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu on Thursday (September 28) that AIADMK will form its alliance for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections and then Will contest the 2026 assembly elections.

AIADMK has ended its relations with BJP and distanced itself from NDA. The party had announced last Monday that it would lead a separate alliance for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

Separation from NDA is unfortunate – Ponguleti Sudhakar Reddy
Meanwhile, Tamil Nadu BJP’s national co-incharge Dr. Ponguleti Sudhakar Reddy has criticized the Dravidian chief for separating from the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA). Called the announcement unfortunate. The senior BJP leader said on Thursday (September 28) that this issue and other political developments will be discussed in the party’s core committee and executive committee meetings soon.  

While talking to news agency PTI he said, "I cannot comment officially on the alliance. The central leadership is keeping an eye on the activities happening in Tamil Nadu and they will take decisions in this regard." However, when he was asked whether the party leadership has sought a report from Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on AIADMK’s separation from BJP, he became silent.

Meeting of committees on October 2
Former MLC Reddy said, "The meeting of the concerned committees will be called after October 2. AIADMK ends its relations with BJP and now it is ready for the upcoming

High command will take decision on alliance
Another senior BJP leader indicated that a report on ground reality can be sought only from those senior leaders who are already in touch with AIADMK. Are. He also said that the decision on alliance will be taken only by the high command. He told that at present he is busy celebrating Seva Pakhwada from 7th September to 2nd October.

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