The PMK deserted the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance on Thursday and joined the AIADMK-led front in Tamil Nadu.
Jayalalithaa suggested the PMK leader that a high level meeting to discuss seat sharing between the two parties will be conducted after a round of preliminary meetings.
Jayalalithaa and Ramadoss will jointly address a press conference in Chennai to formally declare the formation of a new front, which most probably will be christened as the "Nationalist Progressive Secular Tamil Front," sources revealed.
On Friday at 11 am Ramadoss will conduct a press conference in Chennai, where he is expected to release the election manifesto.
At 3 pm Jayalalitha will meet her party leaders in the AIADMK headquarters in Chennai and speak to the media.
On Saturday afternoon, Jayalalitha is scheduled to meet S Ramadoss at her Poes Garden residence in Chennai, which will be followed by TV interviews and a press conference.