Hyderabad, May 6 (PMI): TRS supremo and Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao today left for Kerala and met with his counterpart Pinarayi Vijayan as part of his federal front plan and form a coalition at the Centre after the Lok Sabha election results.
Chief Minister KCR took a special flight from Begumpet Airport and reached the coastal State and was welcomed by local Telugu people. With this tour to Kerala, KCR restarted his federal front tour and will meet other chief ministers, who extend support to his federal front idea. Both the chief ministers are to discuss on national politics and post-poll scenario. This was perhaps for the first time that KCR was seeking support of a left party chief minister from Southern India. He is to seek support from Vijayan for his federal front against the Congress and the BJP at the Centre.
The TRS president was scheduled to make a trip to Tamil Nadu and hold talks with DMK Chief MK Stalin on federal front. As part of the tour, KCR is to hold meet with Stalin at his residence on May 13 at 4.30 pm and is to discuss on front manifesto, post polls scenario and possible coalition government at the Centre and related issues. During his stay, KCR will visit famous temples like Rameshwaram and Srirangam in Tamil Nadu and return to Hyderabad.
During morning hours, KCR also received a phone call from his Karnataka counterpart Kumara Swamy, who reportedly invited KCR to Karnataka as part of his tour to Southern states began with Kerala. KCR may go to Karnataka and meet with Swamy and JDS Chief and former Prime Minister Deve Gowda on his federal front mission. (PMI)