Kamal Haasan says he’s open to working with the INDIA bloc and believes it’s time to focus on common goals rather than sticking to party politics.

There are rumors circulating that Kamal Haasan’s party has been discussing alliances with Chief Minister M K Stalin’s DMK party for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

In the midst of rumors about Makkal Needhi Maiam engaging in discussions with Chief Minister M K Stalin’s DMK party, actor-politician Kamal Haasan clarified on Wednesday that his party hasn’t officially aligned with the opposition INDIA bloc. Speaking to reporters in Chennai during the 7th-anniversary celebrations of MNM, Haasan mentioned that talks regarding political alliances were ongoing, and emphasized their willingness to support any group that prioritizes the nation’s interests selflessly.

Kamal Haasan reiterated that his party would not engage in local feudal politics. When questioned about joining the INDIA bloc, he emphasized the importance of transcending party lines for the nation’s benefit. He clarified that while MNM is willing to collaborate with anyone prioritizing the nation’s interests, they haven’t officially joined the INDIA grouping.

Makkal Needhi Maiam (MNM), meaning “People’s Justice Centre,” was established by Kamal Haasan on February 21, 2018. MNM positions itself as a centrist party, advocating for social justice, economic growth, and environmental sustainability. It aims to implement policies that benefit the common people and promote inclusive development.

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Since its founding, MNM has participated in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and Tamil Nadu state assembly elections, aiming to offer an alternative to the dominant Dravidian parties, AIADMK and DMK. However, MNM didn’t perform as well as expected in these elections.

Regarding the possibility of forming a political alliance before the important general elections, MNM’s leader mentioned that discussions are ongoing. He stated that any positive developments regarding this matter will be shared with the media.

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