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No space for North Indian authoritative forces in Tamil Nadu, says Vaiko

'The ‘Rising Sun’ has removed the dark clouds that surrounded the Dravidian Movement and Mother Tamil,” he added.

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Chennai: MDMK General Secretary and Rajya Sabha Member Vaiko, one of the allies of the DMK, on Sunday said the outcome of the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections results proved that there would be no space for the North Indian authoritative forces in the State.
Hailing the DMK’s resounding victory in the April six Assembly polls, Vaiko, in a statement here said, “I am happy that there will be a golden rule under the leadership of M.K. Stalin.”
‘The ‘Rising Sun’ has removed the dark clouds that surrounded the Dravidian Movement and Mother Tamil,” he added.  “Let there will be more victories. Let us begin our work and create history,” he added.
Vaiko, who had been an acerbic critic of the BJP, which faced the polls as an ally of the AIADMK, in a veiled reference to the Saffron party, said the outcome of the elections proved that there would be no space of the North Indian authoritative forces in the State.
In the 234-member Assembly, the DMK emerged as the single largest party and the alliance headed by it is leading in 147 seats, while the ruling AIADMK-led Front is poised to win 86 seats, with Kamal Haasan
of MNM leading in one seat.
Having secured a simple majority on its own, the DMK is all set to return to power after a ten year wait.
Stalin, in a statement, thanked the voters for voting his party to a resounding victory in the polls and promised that he would strive for the welfare of the people of the State.

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