Telangana CM KCR meets Kerala counterpart Pinarayi Vijayan

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM/HYDERABAD: The Prime Minister, Who For Some Time Drove The Idea Of ​​a Non-congress, Non-BJP Front, Met His Pinarayi Vijayan Counterpart On Monday.

However, The Two Leaders Refused To Comment On The Two-hour Closed Door Meeting, Which Still Has Two Rounds To Go In The Seven-phase Lok Sabha Election.

Rao Is On A Two-day Visit To The State, Along With His Wife Shobha And Their Two Grandchildren.

The Meeting, Which Was Held At The Cliff House, The Official Residence Of The Chief Minister Of Kerala, Was Also Attended By Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) MPs Santosh Kumar And Vinod Kumar.

Rao, Staying In Kovalam, A Famous Tourist Destination In The State, Travels To Kanyakumari In Tamil Nadu On May 8.

A Declaration From The Chief Minister Of Telangana ' S Office (CMO) Previously Said All That Rao Vijayan Will Meet Thiruvananthapuram Monday Night, While Calling DMK President MK Stalin On May 13 At His Stay In Chennai.

According To The Declaration, Rao And Vijayan, Head Of The CPM-led LDF Government In Kerala, Will Discuss" Contemporary Politics."

With A View To The Parliamentary Elections, Both CMs Will Discuss Contemporary Politics, It Said.

Rao Will Visit The Temples Of Rameshwaram And Srirangam Before Going Home, The Declaration Says.

During The Discussion Of The Rao-Stalin Meeting It Said:" Both Leaders Will Probably Discuss The Current Political Scenario In The Frame Of The Ongoing Parliamentary Elections."

When He Heard About His Visits To Kerala And Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy, Also Had A Telephone Conversation With Rao, The Statement Said.

The Daughter Of The Prime Minister ' S And Sitting Nizamabad Lok Sabha Member K Kavitha Recently Told PTI That Regional Parties That Are Not In Line With Congress And The BJP Will Get More Than 120 Seats In The Running Lok Sabha Elections And Possibly The Key To Government Will Be Formation.

She Said The TRS Is In Contact With Various Parties That Are Not Part Of The BDA-led NDA And Congress-anchored UPA In Its Efforts To Forge A Federal Front Of Regional Outfits.

A Federal Front Gets Good Form After The Lok Sabha Election Results Are Out, Kavitha Said.

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