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Now, when the assembly re-convenes, the speaker will probably dismiss the MLAs who defected. This will lead to a situation where the DMK will ask for a confidence vote to be held. The government will lose the trust vote (provided it is held anonymously and fairly), and one of two things will happen: the DMK will take over the assembly with the support of the diminished strength; or, more likely, snap elections will take place. On the back of MK Stalin's popularity and AIADMK's complete breakdown in the lack of a compelling replacement, the DMK will win these elections in a landslide.
In the political vacuum that follows, AIADMK will either dissolve, or become insignificant. Both national parties will aggressively ally with smaller parties, but won't be able to gain dominance over the DMK unless one of them basically gives up on Tamil Nadu.