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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami on Tuesday wound up his two-day visit to the national capital where he met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, saying he raised issues of the state and no politics was discussed with the top BJP leaders. Maintaining that there was still time for the assembly elections in the state, likely in April-May, he said seat sharing formula with the BJP would be finalised once the poll notification was issued.

Talking to reporters here, he also ruled out ‘100 per cent’ any scope for admitting V K Sasikala, aide of late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa, into the AIADMK. She was removed from the party by ‘Amma’ (Jayalalithaa) he added. The chief minister, who is also AIADMK co-coordinator, said his talks with Modi and Shah were aimed at seeking funds for key projects, relief assistance and the state’s growth and he submitted a memorandum to the Prime Minister.

“There was no talk related to politics. Also, this is not the right time to talk politics. There is (still) time for elections. I am here for the growth of Tamil Nadu,” he said. To a question on the number of seats to be allotted to the BJP, Palaniswami, who met Shah on Monday…


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