"It is not MDMK which has boycotted the elections, but AIADMK which has boycotted MDMK," Azhagiri, who is Chief Minister M Karunanidhi''s elder son and DMK''s Organising Secretary (South Zone) told reporters here.
He said, "MDMK leader Vaiko has understood the egoistic and high-handed nature of AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa in the last minute."
Alagiri claimed that the DMK''s election manifesto released yesterday, had been welcomed by people and said the party-led alliance would win all the seats.
People were satisfied with DMK fulfilling its earlier promises listed in its 2006 election manifesto, he said, adding, AIADMK would "vanish" after the polls.
MDMK today decided against contesting the April 13 Assembly elections, saying it was piqued by the "consistent ill-treatment" and "arrogant stand" of AIADMK during the seat-sharing talks.