DMK President MK Stalin on Sunday announced that his party will be teaming up with Prashant Kishor's I-PAC for the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections next year.
By Siddhu Manchikanti,
February 03, 2020 09:35 IST
It has been just a few days after the top political strategist in the entire country, Prasanth Kishor got expelled from the JDU by the Nitish Kumar. It seems like that expulsion brought no effect on Prasanth Kishor as he signed another major agreement on his political journey.
DMK President MK Stalin on Sunday announced that his party will be teaming up with Prashant Kishor's I-PAC for the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections next year. The current state Assembly's term expires in May 2021.
Prasanth Kishor aided Jagan’s YSRCP government to secure a landslide victory in the AP assembly elections 2019. He completely ruled out the opposition with his breathtaking strategies. Now, with his association, the DMK party is hoping for a much better outcome in the upcoming general elections as they might face two legendary movie starts on the other side.
The AIADMK came to power in the state in 2016, when the Jayalalithaa-led AIADMK beat Karunanidhi-led DMK, winning 134 seats in the 234-member Assembly. While Jayalalitha passed away in December 2016, Karunanidhi died of prolonged ailment in August 2018.