Chennai: Jayalalithaa expels party MLA over Modi-NDA controversy

Jayalalithaa and Narendra Modi
Chennai, May 15: It seems that Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa is not at all ready to tolerate any deed of her party leaders which may affect her party ahead of the crucial Lok Sabha election result which is scheduled to be declared on May 16. Cutting her party MLA K Malaisamy down to size, the AIADMK supremo expelled him from the party on Thursday, May 15.

The AIADMK MLA faced the wrath of the party chief as he had hinted that the party may join BJP-led NDA government post-poll results. Several exit polls conducted by different media organisations claimed that NDA would form the next government at the centre and BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi would lead them in their victory.

The AIADMK had hinted that Jayalalithaa may join NDA post-poll results

However, sources informed that Jayalalithaa is not yet ready to accept verdicts of the exit polls and she has been aspiring for the top position of becoming the prime minister.

The Tamil Nadu CM earlier in Feb 2014 had made her intentions clear when she expressed interest in moving to the national capital. According to media reports, Jayalalithaa believes that regional parties with similar ideologies and wedded to secularism can rustle up a Third or a Federal Front to provide an alternative to a non-Congress and non-BJP combination which has held sway for the last 15 years.

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