Tamil Nadu elections: Congress upset with DMK over seat-sharing - Will Kamal Haasan entry play the trick?
Chennai: Ahead of Tamil Nadu elections, the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) and Congress alliance has hit a rough patch, as MK Stalin-headed outfit has refused to give 30 Assembly seats to the grand old party to contest in the upcoming polls, sources told Times Now. The state Congress leaders will be meeting today at party headquarters here and a final decision on whether to remain in the alliance or not is expected to be taken.
Times Now's Shabbir reported that DMK is in no mood to give more than 18 seats to Congress. The grand old party is miffed with its alliance partner is miffed and has said that the DMK is behaving like an 'arrogant big brother'.