Chennai: Unable to find a way to end the seat-sharing deadlock with the DMK, CPI(M) today said it is the responsibility of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam to safeugard the alliance.
‘The number of seats offered by the DMK to us is not sufficient. We have requested them to reconsider their offer,’ said CPI(M) State secretary K Balakrishnan.
He added that the DMK should ensure that the alliance did not break. Meanwhile, the Congress too is said to be unhappy with the DMK.
DMK on Friday finalised the seat sharing agreement with the Communist Party of India (CPI) for the 6 April Assembly elections by allotting six seats to it.
DMK on Thursday finalised the seat sharing agreement with Viduthalai Chiruthaigal
Katchi (VCK) for the 6 April Assembly elections by allotting six seats to it.