The Congress needs 50 seats, the DMK may not concur for more than 25.
The Congress and the DMK today start their seat-sharing talks as Tamil Nadu prepares for its get together decisions. Their Secular Democratic Alliance (SDA) partnership is hoping to supplant the AIADMK-drove consolidate, presently serving its subsequent straight term in the state. The surveys, the dates for which are relied upon to be reported in the principal seven day stretch of March, are probably going to be held in April-May.
The 234-seat Tamil Nadu get together’s momentum term reaches a conclusion in May.
The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), the SDA’s driving outfit in the state intends to challenge in more than 175 seats, DMK sources have told NDTV. It won’t consent to in excess of 25 seats for the Congress, leaving the remainder of the collusion’s gatherings with single digits. It will be addressed by a five-part group, including General Secretary Duraimurugan, MP Kanimozhi, and Parliamentary Party pioneer, TR Balu.
The Congress, then again, is enthusiastic about 50 seats. Senior pioneers Oommen Chandy, Dinesh Gundu Rao, and Randeep Surjewala will be the ones holding the arrangements from its side, joined by the state Congress pioneers.
The DMK hosts for since a long time ago been the predominant get-together in the state. In the flow Assembly, it has 97 individuals while the Congress has just seven – the DMK had challenged in 178 seats and the Congress in 40.
In the past Lok Sabha surveys held in 2019, be that as it may, their union displayed solid presentation, winning 38 of the 39 Parliamentary seats – DMK won every one of the 20 it battled for and the Congress eight out of nine.
The occupant system, seen to be on the backfoot till now after two straight terms, has been gathering activity lately. The BJP’s own hardware and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the state aside, the All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) is as yet measuring the effect of the arrival of VK Sasikala, the previous associate of late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, who has just started soliciting for the decision party.