Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao gave a proposal of an ‘Alternative Political Force’ to the BJP and Congress at national level and it has been receiving positive response from many political organizations in the country.
Moreover, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) President and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi publicly supported KCR’s plan to enter into national politics hoping to bring a change in national politics. Even West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC President Mamatha Banerjee is supporting this move.
Many party leaders from all states have been calling KCR and supported him by welcoming to the national politics. They said they are ready to join the hands in the formation of an alternative in the country before the elections.
Many senior leaders including Sharad Pawar spoke to KCR and discussed the possibility of anti BJP and anti Congress front with the amalgamation of the regional parties. The left party leaders mainly CPM National General Secretary Sitaram Yechury also shared his views on the need of emegerce of a third front before 2019 elections.
Leaders from Tamil Nadu have also extended their support and wishes, especially Pattali Makkal Katchi leaders S Ramdoss and GK Mani. PMK leaders are said to be good friends with KCR and Jharkhand former CM Hemant Soren also called KCR regarding the decision.
KCR said, “Right from the morning, I have been receiving many calls from several states in India. Even CM Mamata Banerjee called me and said that I have taken the right decision and she will be supporting me and that we will go forward together”.