MK Stalin may not meet K Chandrashekar Rao on 13 May

CHENNAI: The DMK Tuesday Announced His Party Chief MK Stalin He May Not Meet K Chandrasekar Rao On May 13, As Previously Announced By The Office Of The Minister Of Telangana's S.

Sources Near The DMK President Said Alone Stalin Wash ' Busy ' With His Campaign Schedule For May 19 By Polls To Four Constituencies In The State And Refused To Reveal More Details.

Previously Had A Statement From The Chief Minister Of Telangana ' S Office (CMO) Said That On 13 May Rao Would Meet The DMK Chief In His Home Here.

He Had Met His Kerala Counterpart Pinarayi Vijayan On Monday, Even When Karnataka's Prime Minister H D Kumaraswamy Also Called Rao After Reading His Visits To Kerala.

Rao, Who Dared To Be A Idea Of A Non-Congress-Non-BJP Front For Some Time, Had Met Each Other Stalin Last April As Part Of His Outreach To Regional Parties, With The DMK Leader Organizing Lunch For The Visiting TRS Supremo And His Party Colleagues.

However, The Dravidian Party Later Entered A Pact Pact With Congress And Faced With April 18 Lok Sabha Polls In The State In Alliance With The National Party As Part Of A Mega-coalition Also Including Left

The Movement Of DMK 's Is Seen As A Signal To The Telangana Veteran Who Would Like To Continue His Alliance With Congress, Even After The Results Of The Seven-phase Polling On May 23 Have Come Out.

Incidentally, It Was That Well Stalin Who Congratulated Rahul Gandhi As The First Ministerial Candidate Of The Opposition At A Party Meeting Here, Although The Idea Was Not Favored By Prime Minister Mamata Banerjee And Samajwadi Party Chef Akhilesh Yadav .

While By Polls To 18 Assembly Seats Were Held On April 18 Along With The Lok Sabha Elections, Four Others Are Going To Polls On May 19.

The Outcome Of The By-polls Is Crucial For Tamil Nadu As It Would Determine The Continuity Of The Ruling AIADMK In Power.

Therefore, All Parties, Including Archrival AIADMK And DMK, Leave No Means Untested To Ensure That They Even Like Stalin Has Claimed That The Ruling Party Will Lose The Election And Pave The Way For A New Government Led By The DMK