Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, MK Stalin, reaffirmed his commitment to the ideological alliance between the DMK and Left parties. Emphasizing that this partnership transcends election periods, Stalin underscored the shared principles and values that underpin this collaboration. He further suggested that the BJP should consider joining forces with the Left in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections to challenge and overcome their ideologies.
Taking a critical stance, Stalin questioned the grounds upon which Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks about corruption, citing a CAG report that highlighted seven instances of corruption within the central government. Stalin further challenged Modi’s silence on this matter and accused him of failing to fulfill election promises while also contributing to the polarization of the country.Stalin disclosed that a significant decision would be taken during the forthcoming meeting of the ‘India’ front, a coalition of opposition parties. He confirmed his participation in this meeting scheduled to be held in Mumbai next Thursday and Friday.