Chandrababu meets Stalin; Says he's not a PM-Aspirant

Chandrababu meets Stalin; Says he's not a PM-Aspirant

After his meeting with Deve Gowda and Kumaraswamy, AP Chief Minister and TDP Chief N. Chandrababu Naidu met DMK Chief M.K. Stalin in Chennai today. He discussed on how the party can support alternative front against the BJP.

In a joint address to the media, Stalin reflected DMK's support to the anti-BJP front and said the party and Tamil Nadu will work towards saving democracy. Speaking to reporters, Chandrababu said: 'I came here to request Stalin to join us to save this nation which is in danger. We will work against BJP and its misuse of public institutions. There is unemployment, banks' NPAs are increasing and economy is getting worse. All of us want to work together to save this nation. I have a long association with DMK and late Karunanidhi garu.'

Speaking about other partners, he said that 'some of us have had differences. TDP and Congress had differences from the last 40 years. But, this is beyond political differences. We are working for the nation,' Chandrababu added, taking a dig at Modi government for controlling the current Tamil Nadu government.  

Additionally, Chandrababu clarified that he will not be the PM-face for the alternative front but will only be a 'facilitator.'

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