DMK plays hide and seek as CM K Chandrasekhar Rao scouts for the 3rd front suitors

CHENNAI: It Is Still To Respond To A Request From TRS President K Chandrasekhar Rao For A Meeting With Party Chairman M K Stalin On May 13, Stating The Running Campaign For Assembly By Spears.

The Development Comes On A Day When Kerala Chief Minister Met With His Telangana Counterpart In Thiruvananthapuram. Monday Called It An" Important" And Said That Regional Parties In The Country Would Play An Important Role In Shaping Government After The Lok Sabha " It Was An Important Meeting. In My Opinion, Both The (Congress And BJP) Fronts May Not Get A Majority In The Polls. That's Why Regional Parties Will Play A Major Role," Vijayan Told Reporters In Thiruvananthapuram.

" Rao Had Sought A Suitable Time To Meet With Our Party Chairman. We Still Have To Come Back Because Our Party Chairman Is Busy With Campaigns For Assembly By Banner," Said A DMK Source. Still Meet On May 12 Or May 13, Because It's Just A Courtesy Visit. However, It Is Unlikely That He Will Make Any Commitment, Even If The Conversations Focus On A Federal Front," Added Another Source In The DMK.

Although KCR Is Reportedly On A Pilgrimage Across The Southern States, Its Movement To Meet With Regional Party Leaders Has Revived Speculations On Attempts To Form A Federal Frontal Government Consisting Of Mainly Regional Parties At The Center.

KCR Talks To Kumaraswamy

Possibility Of Popping Up Third Front Is Impossible: Alagiri

" The Possibility Of A Third Front Popping Up Is Impossible In This Election. Even Otherwise, We Have No Clear Information That KCR Stalin Only Want To Meet To Discuss Such An Option," TNCC President K S Alagiri Told TOI. DMK Leading The Alliance Of Which Congress Is A Part In Tamil Nadu And Stalin Was The First To Present Rahul Gandhi For PM.

" DMK Is Well Aware Of Practical Politics. Even When The Meeting With KCR Takes Place, We Have Every Confidence That Stalin Will Succeed In Convincing The First To Become A Member Of The Congress-led Government In The Center," Said Alagiri.

Karnataka CM H D Kumaraswamy, Also Spoke With KCR Over The Telephone. After Talking With The Idea Of ​​a Federal Front For Some Time Last Year, The KCR Held A Few Meetings With Regional Party Leaders, Including Stalin. However, Rao Himself Put It On A Low Level After Being Busy In December Last Year With The Elections In Telangana. With TRS Competing By Itself In Telangana, KCR Attacked Both The BJP And Congress In The Run-up To The April 2011 Parliamentary Elections In The State.