Tough times ahead for Third Front as AIADMK refuses alliance?

AIADMK refuses alliance to Left parties
New Delhi, March 6: Major changes are being set in parties ahead of the general elections. With the Lok Sabha polls just one month away, parties are taking quick decisions on the alliances and separations with other parties.

It has come to notice that the AIADMK has refused alliance with the Third Front ahead of the crucial elections.

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa decided to part ways with the Third Front after the two Left parties, which contested three seats each in the 2009 Lok Sabha polls, refused to compromise on numbers, reported media.

The AIADMK never went beyond offering them more than one seat each.

According to the pre-poll surveys, Tamil Nadu is likely to stay strong with Chief Minister Jayalalithaa-led ruling AIADMK expecting to maintain its lead.

While the AIADMK is expected to win 15-23, the DMK 7-13, Congress 1-5 and others may bag 4-10 seats according to the projections provided by Chennai Mathematical Institute's Director Professor Rajeeva Karandikar.

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