Prime Minister Narendra Modi had reportedly said that DMK president Stalin is the biggest competition in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Modi has been speaking with Tamilnadu BJP leaders through video conferencing, and for the past one week he's been interacting with Tamilnadu and Pondicherry BJP members discussing strategies.
With the upcoming Lok Sabha elections arriving soon Modi had been strategizing for the success and of late Modi has been targeting Tamilnadu particularly. He had reportedly discussed about alliance In Tamilnadu and said BJP's doors are always open in Tamilnadu, and can include old friends and operate just like Atal Bihari Vajpayee times.
Modi had reportedly said that BJP's main enemy in Tamilnadu is none other than DMK leader MK Stalin, and just like Sabarimala issue In Kerala, in Tamilnadu also BJP will find some way to gain advantage, said Modi.
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