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DMK to vote against no-trust motion

August 17, 2003 14:00 IST
Last Updated: August 17, 2003 14:54 IST


The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam will vote with the National Democratic Alliance government against the Congress-sponsored no-confidence motion in the Lok Sabha, party president M Karunanidhi announced on Sunday.

The decision was taken, he said, after consulting party MPs and DMK ministers in the Union cabinet.

"The DMK is very much in the NDA line up...how can one expect the party to oppose the NDA government?" Karunanidhi asked.

Karunanidhi's statement on Saturday that the party was yet to finalise its stand on the no-confidence motion had created confusion in the NDA circles.

The DMK is apparently unhappy with the NDA seeking its arch rival All India Anna Dravid Munnetra Kazhagam's help in tiding over the no-trust motion.

Karunanidhi said he did not foresee any problems for the Vajpayee government.

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The decision taken by the DMK chief is timely decision and good for the Government. Acts and development happend during NDA regime is better than ...


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Sub: all thats well will end well

I dont think a matured party like DMK will have tie up with a party like congress which is prepared to come into power by ...


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Poor Karuna, what else he can do? He cannot afford to lose the support of central govt when he is faced with the charge of ...


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