Rajnath to Release BJP List of Constituencies of its Partners

Published: 16th March 2014 05:48 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th March 2014 05:48 PM   |  A+A-

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Ending suspence over the  contours of the alliance led by BJP in Tamil Nadu, the list of  constituencies allotted to the partners for the April 24  Lok Sabha polls would be released by party chief Rajnath Singh  in the next three days.       

Singh along with the leaders of the alliance partners would release the list in Chennai on March 18 or 19, BJP General Secretary and party in charge of Tamil Nadu Muralidhar  Rao told reporters here.       

The BJP and DMDK had yesterday announced conclusion of seat sharing talks but declined to reveal details of the deal.       

"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" at the famous Kamakshi Amman temple here.       

Expressing happiness that a "formidable" alliance has been formed in the state, he said NDA would prove that it was a true alternative for the AIADMK and DMK-led alliances.     

The BJP-led alliance has DMDK, MDMK, PMK, IJK and Kongu party.

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