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DMK rules out poll deal with BJP in TN, mocks at PM Modi

Asserting that it would never strike an electoral pact with the BJP under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the DMK Friday mocked at him for comparing himself with late leader A B Vajpayee. A day after the Prime Minister said his party cherised its old friends, seeking to rope in outfits for the NDA, DMK chief M K Stalin said people would not forget that it was under Modi s rule that Tamil Nadu s rights were snatched away, something unseen before. I would like to make it categorical again that DMK will never forge an alliance with the BJP-led by Narendra Modi, he said and hit out at Modi for not doing anything to strengthen India s integrity. Flaying the Prime Minister for allegedly treating with disdain values like secularism, social justice and federalism in his rule, Stalin said, Modi is not Vajpayee. Crediting Vajpayee with stitching together a healthy alliance, during his times, the DMK leader said, however, the NDA under the incumbent Prime Minister is not ...

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