Ulaganayagan Kamal Hassan is making waves as he is getting ready to act in the magnum opus maker Shankar's Indian 2 which will begin shooting soon and yesterday he made a massive announcement that his Makkal Needhi Maiam party will contest elections in all 40 constituencies alone and without any alliance formation adding that they won't join DMK or ADMK and won't join Congress too if they join DMK.
He said that their party is strong and hence they will shake other parties and their vote bank. The MNM leader said TN is their target and not winning but saving TN is their priority and ideology and hence there won't be any alliance and the party will make people in age of 25 to 40 to contest elections and the suitable candidates will be selected and announced soon.
This path breaking announcement shows that MNM is capable of something new in TN politics.
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