Karunanidhi rules out coalition govt in TN
Tiruchirapalli, Apr 16: DMK President M Karunanidhi once again ruled out the possibility of forming a coalition Government in Tamil Nadu.
Talking to newspersons at the Tiruchirapalli Railway junction last night, Mr Karunanidhi said the DMK will form the Government with single majority.
To a question, whether the assembly elections would be a life or death for DMK and AIADMK, he replied '' I do not know about AIADMK.
But it is life for us.'' When asked about his comments over the 'HINDU-CNN-IBN' Poll survey, he said the survey indicated 46 rpt 46 per cent votes for AIADMK and 44 rpt 44 per cent for DMK.
He said the survey had not aimed for AIADMK's victory.
Mr Karunanidhi said during the AIADMK regime the 'HINDU' were chased up to Bangalore. Moreoever, two per cent difference between the AIADMK and DMK is not a major difference, he added.
''I think the survey was issued only to motivate the DMK cadres to remove the two per cent difference,'' he said.
To a question on whether the election field in the State has attained significance around Marumalarchi DMK(MDMK) supremo Vaiko, Mr Karunanidhi smiled and said that was his reply to the question.