BJP will soon take a final decision about the alliance in Tamil Nadu for the Lok Sabha polls, party's Tamil Nadu President, Pon Radhakrishnan today said.
"Talks are already on with Pattali Makkal Katchi while talks have been concluded with MDMK," he told reporters here.
Referring to DMDK led by actor-politician Vijayakanth, he said BJP has already held talks with DMDK functionaries about alliance issue."But still no final decision has been taken and the ball is now in the DMDK court," he said.
He lambasted the fixing of target (of Rs.26,000 crore for 2014-15) for sales of Tamil Nadu State Marketing Corporation (TASMAC) in the state and stressed the importance of "total prohibition". On the resignation of Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, the BJP leader said "the drama by AAP and the Congress has ended."
Reacting to Telangana issue, Radhakrishnan said the Congress has taken a hasty decision which would divide the people of Andhra Pradesh into two groups and it would be a threat to the nation's peace.
BJP will emerge victorious in the coming Lok Sabha election and form a stable government with good majority, he claimed.