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He would personally request the leaders of the DMK, the Congress and the Left parties to sink their differences, as the need of the hour was a joint front against the ``anti-people AIADMK Government.''
At meetings he had held at Sathankulam, he inferred that the people wanted a united opposition to take on the AIADMK.
Addressing presspersons here, Dr. Krishnasamy said his party would go ahead with a dharna in front of the Kanchi Mutt on January 26, as an apology he had sought from the Sankaracharya for his reported utterances on Dalits was not forthcoming.
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