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New Delhi: After All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) announced its exit from the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) earlier this week, the BJP Central leadership is looking after the matter regarding BJP-AIADMK allies break up.
The leadership came out with the formula and will take appropriate action on it. It also said that the party has started an exercise to take stock of the incidents that led to the separation of allies, according to the party sources.
Earlier, Tamil Nadu BJP leaders told ANI, "The problem would be handled by our high leadership, so we'll see what happens."
Tamil Nadu BJP president K Annamalai also reacted saying, "I will speak on this issue later."
The decision to break away from the NDA was taken at a high-level meeting chaired by party chief K Palaniswami at the AIADMK headquarters.
The friction between the BJP and AIADMK started after the Tamil Nadu BJP state president K Annamalai made statements regarding former Tamil Nadu chief minister C Annadurai and CM J Jayalalithaa.
“Eight months are left and what will happen in these months, we can't say anything today. To make the party strong is the duty of every worker. Under the leadership of K Annamalai a great work of strengthening the party is being done," BJP leader CT Ravi told ANI earlier.
On Monday, AIADMK announced separation from the NDA, accusing the BJP’s state leadership of not showing respect to its senior leaders.
The party also announced that it will be contesting the 2024 election with its other allies.