The bypolls to a 22 Assembly constituencies, hold along with a Parliamentary polls, were brought on by a suspension of MLAs who upheld T.T.V. Dhinakaran, who was diminished from a AIADMK to promote a partnership of a OPS-EPS camps.
While a DMK was carefree of securing all a seats to replace a AIADMK government, it managed to win in 13. There was no brush in a bypoll. And a AIADMK underneath Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami won in 9 seats, enabling to lift on and finish a tenure in 2021.
So, did voters, sap of several bypolls and rescinded polls in new years, wish a AIADMK supervision to finish a term? There was no anti-incumbency during play.
One thing is clear. Tamil Nadu’s electorate are still not meddlesome in an choice to a AIADMK and a DMK. Mr. Dhinakaran’s AMMK, Kamal Haasan’s MNM and Seeman’s Naam Tamizhar Katchi might have bagged some votes. But, not adequate and nowhere tighten to toppling a dual Dravidian majors.
For now, Dravidian parties are front and centre.