The VCK has urged the State government to adopt a resolution in the Assembly to urge the Union Government to allow States to identify backward class people in their respective States.
He further urged the State government to appeal against the verdict.
The MP further sought the public to strictly follow the guidelines and rules imposed by the government, whatever it might be.
“Our manifesto is not aimed at attaining power, but to wage an ideological battle with the forces of oppression, fascism and communalism,” Thirumavalavan said.
Speaking to Express, the Lok Sabha MP reiterated that the alliance was crucial to keep the secular votes intact.
So far, after four days of marathon talks, DMK has only been able to finalise seat-sharing agreements with three of its nine allies.
While there has been a muted response from the State political parties over the quota Bill, the VCK, perceived as the main rival of PMK, has come out against the Bill.
Thirumavalavan, in a statement on Tuesday, reaffirmed his support for reservation as a policy, terming it a part of social justice
Such rumours were a known tactic of the PMK to improve its bargaining power during seat-sharing talks.
Thirumavalavan was felicitated by social workers for receiving the K Veeramani Award for Social Justice on Wednesday.
Talking to reporters in Vellore on Tuesday, he said, “I consider the invite as means for confirming the electoral alliance.
Talking to reporters in Vellore after presiding over a protest against the Centre’s farm laws, he said, “Both AIADMK and DMK leaders should refrain from mudslinging.”