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MK Stalin had announced that the DMK’s list of candidates would be released on March 10. However, it could not be released on March 10 due to problems with identifying constituencies for the coalition parties. Today (11/03/2021) 25 constituencies were allotted to the Congress and signed. Only the Liberation Tigers are left. That too will be reserved by tonight. After that, MK Stalin will announce the DMK constituencies with the list of candidates.
In this situation, will they get a chance for the last 15 days? With our name on the list given by the I-Pack, will Stalin accept it as it is? Is that what Approval does? No Modify? Will we get a chance to change? The DMK’s siblings were in dire straits.
Anyone who has tried the contacts of the aristocracy and the second tier leaders of the party could not find out who has been given a chance in the DMK candidate list. Stalin is so secretive. The siblings have questioned the most important secondary leaders including Thuraimurugan, DR Palu, KN Nehru, I. Periyasamy.
They said, “We don’t know anything. The leader (Stalin) did not discuss with us anything about the list. List release but only secondary leaders got seats? If not, it will be known. ” Thus, the siblings were nervous until the list came! MK Stalin has prepared the list of candidates in the most secret way ever in any election.
With the nominations for the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections set to begin tomorrow (12/03/2021), state and national party leaders are busy announcing their candidates.
In this situation, the DMK The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) was allotted 6 assembly constituencies in a coalition led by the two parties and a constituency sharing agreement was signed. Following that, a committee headed by Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) leader Thirumavalavan met the DMK at Anna Arivalayam in Chennai to decide which assembly constituencies to contest. Negotiated with the block allocation committee. In this, the constituency allocation agreement was signed at the final stage of the contesting assembly constituencies.
Accordingly, the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) is contesting in 6 Assembly constituencies, 4 separate Assembly constituencies and 2 General Assembly constituencies. The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) is contesting from Vanur (single), Kattumannarkovil (single), Seiyur (single), Arakkonam (single), Nagapattinam and Thiruporur assembly constituencies.
It is noteworthy that the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) is contesting against the AIADMK in 5 assembly constituencies, including Vanur, and against the BJP in Thiruporur.