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Speaking to presspersons here today, the central committee member of the party, D. Pandian, said the CPI and the CPI(M) were jointly working towards forming a formidable alliance against the BJP at the Centre and the AIADMK in the State before the Lok Sabha elections. He expressed the hope that the DMK would snap its ties with the BJP. "We can't form an alliance with any political party having ties with the BJP."
On the State Governemnt's performance, he said the AIADMK had already lost its right to rule following the observations made by the Supreme Court when it transferred the disproportionate wealth case against the Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, from Tamil Nadu to Karnataka. Moreover, the party had alienated itself from the people, implementing ``anti-people'' policies.
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