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Lok Sabha elections 2024: DMK gains ground in Tamil Nadu political arena, forces AIADMK to target BJP

In the lead-up to the Tamil Nadu elections, the DMK, led by Chief Minister M K Stalin, is actively shaping the electoral narrative, prompting the AIADMK to shift its focus towards the BJP.

Edited By: Nitin Kumar @Niitz1 Chennai Updated on: April 01, 2024 6:27 IST
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Image Source : PTI/FILE PHOTO Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin addresses public.

Ahead of the impending elections in Tamil Nadu, the political landscape is charged with fervour as the DMK, under the leadership of Chief Minister M K Stalin, maneuvers to shape the electoral narrative. The DMK’s assertive stance has compelled the AIADMK, led by Edappadi K Palaniswami, to direct its focus towards the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), marking a shift in the traditional political dynamics of the state.

DMK’s strategic moves

Stalin’s strategic approach involved launching verbal assaults on both the AIADMK and the BJP, leveraging the charged political atmosphere to his advantage. This tactic has forced Palaniswami to adopt a more vocal stance against the BJP, deviating from his previous approach of maintaining a softer stance.

Narratives dominate poll battle

The contest between the DMK and the AIADMK has overshadowed the electoral campaigns of other players, including the Congress, left parties, and Seeman’s Naam Tamilar Katchi. Despite attempts by the BJP state chief K Annamalai to counter the DMK, the primary focus remains on the rivalry between the DMK and the AIADMK.

AIADMK’s defensive stance

Palaniswami’s attempts to distance the AIADMK from the BJP have faced scrutiny, with critics questioning the party’s past alliances and policies. Faced with mounting criticism, Palaniswami has been compelled to defend his party’s position and counter allegations made by the DMK.

Verbal sparring continues

The election campaign has witnessed a flurry of verbal exchanges between the DMK and the AIADMK, with accusations and rebuttals becoming commonplace. Stalin has accused Palaniswami of aligning with the BJP for political expediency, while Palaniswami has criticised Stalin for alleged inconsistencies in his statements.

Regional dynamics at play

As the political discourse intensifies, regional dynamics and alliances come under scrutiny. The Vanniyar-dominated Pattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) has faced criticism from both the DMK and the AIADMK for its alliance with the BJP, highlighting the complex interplay of regional and national politics in Tamil Nadu.

Also read | Thoothukudi Lok Sabha elections 2024: DMK MP Kanimozhi to fight once again in a triangular contest

 

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