Thalaivar, who entered into politics in December 2017, is yet to launch his political party and is uncertain about contesting the Lok Sabha polls. Meanwhile, Haasan, on Thursday, said that his party is gearing up for contesting all 40 Lok Sabha seats in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry in the coming Parliamentary polls.
Though the actor didn't disclose from where is he likely to contest the election, he clearly indicated that he would not form an alliance with any 'tainted' group.
"Our aim is to not go with any tainted group. We are preparing to contest 40 seats in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. I cannot say at this moment from where I will contest," Haasan told media persons. cleared the air with the announcement that his party MNM gearing up for contesting all 40 Lok Sabha seats in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry in the coming Parliamentary polls.
Haasan had earlier said that his party would contest the Lok Sabha polls in alliance with like-minded parties.
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