Federal Front push? Telangana CM KCR meets Kerala counterparty

HYDERABAD: Telangana Prime Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, Who Plans To Swing His Ambition Into National Politics, Visited Thiruvananthapuram On Monday And Met Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. However, An Appointment With DMK Leader Mk Stalin On May 13 In Chennai Has Yet To Be Confirmed, Because Stalin Is Reportedly Occupied In The Bibles Of The Assembly Of Tamil Nadu.

Before Leaving Hyderabad, He Had A Telephone Conversation With Karnataka, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy, Who Reportedly Called Personally To Find Out More About The Planned Visits Of The Latter To Kerala And Tamil Nadu.

In Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan Of CPM Is At The Head Of The Democratic Front Government.

The TRS Chief Has Met With Leaders From Different Parties In Different States To Advocate For A Non-congress, Non-BJP Federal Front In The Center.

KCR, Who Went To Kerala With His Family Members, Also Visited The Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple. He Was Accompanied By Karimnagar MP B Vinod Kumar And Rajya Sabha Member J Santosh Kumar.

During His Campaign, Both During The Assembly And During The Lok Sabha Elections, The KCR Was Critical Of Congress And The BJP, Who Said The Country Needed An Alternative Front. He Proposed A Coalition Of Regional Parties That He Described As" Federal Front." He Met West Bengal Premier And TMC Chief Mamata Banerjee , Karnataka, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy, Former Premier Deve Gowda Van De Janata Dal (Worldly), Odisha Chief Minister And BJD Chief Naveen Patnaik, DMK President M K Stalin And Former Uttar Pradesh CM And Samajwadi Party Chief Akhilesh Yadav , Among Other Things.

" KCR Believes That The Correct Photo, Which Will Appear After The Election Results Are Known, Will Enable The Federal Front To Dictate Who Should Form The Government At The Center," Said A TRS Leader.

According To The Sources Of TRS, KCR Also Believes That The Parties Now Associated With The Congress And The BJP Will Distance Themselves From Them To Be Part Of The Federal Front.

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