All is not well between DMK's Karunanidhi and Congress

Manmohan Singh
New Delhi, Jun 30: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh confirmed that there was some unstability between the DMk leadership and Congress after the arrest of DMK MP, Kanimozhi but said that it was not posing any threat to his party as political parties were not thinking of any elections for the time being.

While interacting during his session with a group of editors on Jun 29 in Delhi, Singh said that there was some " tension" in the ruling government.

"We have some points of tension, but nobody wants an election," said Singh.

Congress and DMK after the arrest of 2G accused Kanimozhi have maintained that "all is well" between the two parties. The Prime Minister after his visit to Africa had said: "As of now, DMK is our partner and there is no change in that."

Prime Minister also expressed his concern over Tamils in Sri Lanka and called the issue raised by Jayalalithaa "legitimate". He said that he was trying to convey to Sri Lanka about Tamils getting equal treatment in the country.

With DMK's rival, Jayalalithaa back in power, the former is finding it hard to swallow its failure and Kanimozhi in jail is only adding to their woes. Though Karunanidhi has not openly blamed the congress for Kanimozhi's arrest, it seems like the sour relationship between the two parties will continue to remain as it is till his wounds heal.

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