Topic: K. Annamalai
Tamil Nadu partners are staying together for the sake of 2024 Lok Sabha elections, senior AIADMK leaders say. Meanwhile, BJP looks to fashion itself as 'principal opposition party'.
BJP has made much of ‘lotus blooming in every nook and corner’ of Tamil Nadu after getting 5.4% vote share in urban local body polls, but analysts say it has a way to go.
BJP has shown it can emerge as an alternative pole in Tamil Nadu politics and wean the state away from caste-oriented politics and silver screen leadership.
In an exclusive interview with ThePrint, K. Annamalai said anyone working for Tamil Nadu was welcome. He said the DMK government had no vision and BJP would win 150 seats in 2026.
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