In Tamil Nadu, national and state-level leaders of major political parties are on intense campaign trails, ahead of the April-6 Assembly Elections. Senior BJP leader and  Union Home Minister Amit Shah is canvassing for the party in Kanyakumari District today.

Meanwhile, the DMK and the AICC have sealed their seat-sharing agreement today. News reports that Union Home Minister Amit Shah launched his roadshows in the southernmost district of Kanyakumari, after offering special pujas in the famous Suchindram temple. He is participating in the roadshows organised by the party in Nagercoil.

The Kanyakumari Lok Sabha seat goes for the bye-poll where the party's ex-Union Minister Pon. Radhakrishnan will take on the candidate of the party's arch-rival, the AICC. Meanwhile, the DMK and the AICC have signed a seat-sharing agreement today in Chennai.

The AICC will field its candidates in 25 of the total of 234 seats in the state Assembly. Talks in both the AIADMK and the DMK camps as well as the other fronts over seat-sharing with their remaining partners are still going on.
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