The Janta Party on Friday said it will contest 15 seats in the Tamil Nadu Assembly elections, due in May.
The decision was taken at a meeting of the party’s election committee in Chennai, JP chief Subramanian Swamy said in a press release.
Swamy said his party will campaign on twin planks of corruption and patriotism and will also go for seat adjustments with other parties.
The party had won 10 seats in the state polls in 1977, two in 1980 and one in 1996.
Tamil Nadu Assembly has a strength of 234 members.