Lok Sabha Elections-2019

KCR meets Stalin, gets message: DMK committed to fondness with Congress

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekar Rao met DMK President M K Stalin in Chennai on Monday–an eventuality that’s expected to supplement to a hum that informal leaders are sketch adult their cards forward of Lok Sabha choosing results.

The assembly during Stalin’s home lasted over an hour and it was a pleasantness call, DMK said. Rao did not pronounce to media after a meeting. KCR was told that Stalin was committed to his fondness with a Congress party, DMK pronounced in a statement.

Apart from Stalin, other comparison DMK leaders like T.R. Baalu were benefaction during a assembly with Rao. DMK aligned with Congress for a Lok Sabha elections and Stalin had progressing due Rahul Gandhi’s name for a Prime Minister’s post and continues to hang to that.

Last week, KCR met Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan and Karnataka CM H.D.Kumaraswamy, who also aligned with Congress.

This is a second assembly between Rao with Stalin. Rao, when he met met Stalin final year, has discussed issues associated to state autonomy, finances and a domestic situation. Stalin pronounced KCR was in talks with other domestic parties and he would pronounce about several issues with other like-minded parties in Tamil Nadu and during opposite levels within a DMK.

KCR, a owner of Telangana’s statute Telangana Rashtra Samithi, has pronounced before India needs honest federalism and it should continue to sojourn a physical country.

KCR, who is viewed to be tighten to a BJP and PM Narendra Modi also met Mamata Banerjee and Naveen Patnaik final year and has been perplexing to accommodate Uttar Pradesh leaders inluding Mayawati and Akhilesh Yadav.

Article source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/elections/lok-sabha-polls-telangana-s-kcr-meets-stalin-pushes-3rd-front-idea-119051301257_1.html


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