Chennai, Jun 20 (UNI) Despite DMK president and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi stating that he might reconsider the decision to snap ties if PMK expresses regret for the derogatory remarks of its party functionary, the PMK today said it was in no mood to return to the DMK-led DPA fold.
On the contrary, the crucial General Council of the PMK, which met here today to discuss its ouster from the DPA, expressed happiness over DMK's decision with the party founder Dr S Ramadoss asserting that PMK's alliance with the Congress-led UPA regime at the Centre would, however. continue.
Accusing the DMK of unilaterally snapping ties with the PMK without consulting other allies in the DPA, the PMK rejected outright the reasons advanced by the DMK for severing the ties and termed the decision ''pre-determined''.
Three days after it was shown the door, the PMK convened its General council, the highest policy making body to take stock of the political situation and it gave enough indications that it was in no mood for any patch up or rapproachment with the DMK.
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