"You will not reach the destination (even) when you take a detour as you are headed towards a no-destination," he told a senior CPI member.
Panneerselvam's remarks came when CPI member S Gunasekaran, while speaking about the PWF, and particularly asked the ruling party, once his party's ally, to be 'cordial' with the four-party bloc which comprises of Vaiko's MDMK, CPI (M), CPI and Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi (VCK).
Yesterday, AIADMK MLA G V Markandayan had called PWF a "complex welfare front Panneerselvam, also the Leader of the House, had also said the AIADMK member's reference was only over the "complexity about who the PWF's chief ministerial candidate was" and nothing else.
The issue of chief ministerial candidate in PWF today also came up, and Gunasekaran said in a democracy, elected members later select the candidate, a line often repeated by Vaiko and other leaders of PWF since its formation last year.
CPI (M) legislator K Balabarathy said PWF, which is projecting itself as an alternative, was a front with "alternative ideas," and expressed confidence that it would do well in the coming elections. AIADMK had aligned with the two Left parties for the 2011 Assembly polls but they later parted ways.


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