கருணாநிதியும்,ஜெயலலிதாவும் சேராத இடந்தனில் சேர்ந்ததைப் பற்றி வருந்துவதில் பயனில்லை.
The AIADMK Chief Jayalalitha Slamming the leader of the opposition and DMDK leader Vijayakanth for his lowly and indiginfied act in the Assemblyon 1-2-2012, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and AIADMK Supremo J Jayalalithaa today said she regretted joining hands with the DMDK for the May last Assembly elections. After the enmasse eviction of DMDK members from the house for their alleged 'unruly' behaviour, Ms Jayalalithaa said the House was witness to the lowly act of the leader of the opposition, which only showed as 'what happens when undeserving people reaches the top post.' Ruling out any further association with DMDK, the AIADMK leader said she was not at all interested in having alliance with the DMDK in the run upto the May last assembly elections, but agreed for the tie up in difference to the wishes of partymen.
'Having seen their behaviour in the house, I regret and am ashamed for having joined hands with them for the assembly elections,' she said. Ms Jayalalithaa said as the people of the state were determined to pack off the 'corruption riddled' previous DMK regime and bring the AIADMK back to power, the AIADMK could have swept back to power, even without the support of the allies, including the DMDK.
As the people wanted a change of government, the AIADMK would have won the elections, even if it had fought the elections on its own, she claimed, adding the DMDK was lucky to have had an alliance with AIADMK and get 41 seats and win 29 of them.
Karunanidhi during his defeat in the Assembly elections told that he has joined with people with whom he should not join. Now Jayalalitha realized the same truth.There is a proverb ‘Sudden friendship, sure repentance.”