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Will the DMDK-PMK wrangling over seat-sharing benefit the Dravidian fronts?
Yes
No
Can't say

The ongoing tussle in NDA definitely benefit the Dravidian parties
particularly DMK. DMK and its allies going to get 30 SEATS repeat of
2009 verdict. AIADMK may get only 6-8 SEATS.There is no chance for
NATIONAL Parties for this time. Dalits and minorities votes are
consolidated at new high this time than ever before and definitely
benefit DMK at large and the cracks.

from:  T V S PANDIAN
Posted on: Mar 20, 2014 at 00:46 IST

MDMK PMK BJP DMDK KMK a confused contradictory groups. They will not make any
impact in TN.A vote for this front is a vote against the interests of Tamilnadu.

from:  Vellayan Subbiah
Posted on: Mar 19, 2014 at 23:59 IST

No, the fight will not effect Dravidian parties even 1%, particularly PMK does not have any
feel like vote share at present, they or just making issue in the media .

from:  C.A.Nath
Posted on: Mar 18, 2014 at 09:17 IST

DMDK and BJP may not win more than a couple of seats in Tamil nadu but
AAP will have a bigger impact and votes from the educated voters.

from:  mohamed kaleem
Posted on: Mar 18, 2014 at 01:31 IST

No external parties needed to bring down image of this alliance! They
already have enough.

from:  Bhargav Kesavan
Posted on: Mar 17, 2014 at 23:08 IST

Majority of the people of TN does not know even the BJP and its symbol they know only to choose from the best among the corrupt MK and JJ. That is regarding to the mood of the people at the time of election and the freebies received from their government. Most people are poor and below middle class struggling hard to earn for their daily wages and hence they do not have any time to think about the tactics of their rulers. Even I found many does not know the difference between state assembly and parliamentary elections and also the pm candidates narendra modi, rahul gandhi [no dramaking pls} in the race.

from:  Balaji
Posted on: Mar 17, 2014 at 21:56 IST

It will not affect DMK and ADMK . But BJP/ DMDK/PMK/MDMK all together will get 7-
9 seats in TN .

Based on DMK & ADMK both will not get over 20 seats in this election .

ADMK - 17
DMK - 9
BJP alliance - 11
OTHERS - 2 ( CONG , COMMUNIST , ETC)
the above tolerance is max 10-20% change ...



from:  sankar
Posted on: Mar 17, 2014 at 19:59 IST

those parties who are in alliance with bjp are not to be considered as parties, they are selfish, selfish in the real sence of the word. they want money, they want their relatives to get power ect., etc. whether i like bjp or not is a different question, but, bjp, as a national party is not supposed to align with these parteis.. i pity modiji...

from:  mohamed haja
Posted on: Mar 17, 2014 at 19:28 IST

It is for the last 5 decades both these two Dravidian Parties has
ruled the state. The quality of life is only going down and we don't
see any real development except those gimmicks. we need a change and
it can be in any form and let us welcome this new formation which
brings more new changes to the State with BJP support at the center.
The quality of this alliance is not with them and the people should
welcome a new try and if they reject it is a loss to them and not for
the people who make an attempt for a change.

from:  Ravi chandran
Posted on: Mar 17, 2014 at 19:27 IST

Anyhow Vaiko Should win ,, The right person in parliment is benifit for Tamilnadu same as Anbumani Should win .

from:  Thendral Mani
Posted on: Mar 17, 2014 at 16:58 IST

No. The fight will not affect AIADMK or DMK. Both dravidian parties have
their own voters base. DMDK and PMK are not a big force in Tamil Nadu,
it is BJP which made them "important", the reality is the total vote
share in the state for DMDK, PMK and BJP are minuscule and it will be a
big achievement if this alliance wins one or two seats.

from:  K.J.Haroon Basha
Posted on: Mar 17, 2014 at 15:16 IST

This alliance won't make any inroads except spoiling the chances of AIADMK. They wont even win more than a couple of seats.

from:  thangamani
Posted on: Mar 17, 2014 at 10:49 IST
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