No talks on alliance with DMDK for LS polls held: Karunanidhi
Chennai: DMK chief M Karunanidhi, who had welcomed a prospective alliance with DMDK for the Lok Sabha polls, on Thursday said no talks was held in this regard.
"No talks had been held; so there is no question of any improvement," he told reporters here when asked if there were any improvement in talks between the two parties.
Karunanidhi`s remarks come in the wake of reports in a section of media that DMK was holding alliance discussions with DMDK for the coming Lok Sabha polls.
Recently, the 90 year-old leader had welcomed the idea of the two parties striking an electoral tie-up and had even publicly rapped his Madurai-based son and former Union Minister M K Alagiri for opining against the alliance.
Alagiri`s younger brother M K Stalin is favourably disposed towards a DMK-DMDK tie-up.
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