There have been issues earlier between the allies over seat sharing. "Although there were some issues in the beginning in seat-sharing among the allies, they were resolved after several rounds of consultations in a spirit of give and take by all the parties," Rao said after participating in a "yagna for world's good," said a party worker.
Major clash occurred in the seat priorities of DMDK and the PMK who chose three common seats. It is expected that the meeting today at Chennai would put the final stamp to the seat sharing row.
The DMDK is expected to get 14 seats, PMK and BJP, both will have 8 seats, MDMK will have 6 seats and other smaller parties will have one seat each.