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Fifth phase concludes, non-BJP, non-Congress alliance initiatives

Fifth phase concludes, non-BJP, non-Congress alliance initiatives

With the polling concluded on Monday for the 425 seats of 543-member Lok Sabha, efforts for non-BJP, Non-Congress Forces started fast

Thiruvananthapuram / Hyderabad With the polling concluded on Monday for 425 seats of 543-member Lok Sabha, efforts for non-BJP, Non-Congress Front started fast, as the prospects of forming the next government of NDA are difficult to see in the estimates.

As per the first step in this direction, Telangana Chief Minister and TRS leader Chandrasekhar Rao met with Kerala Chief Minister and CPI (M) leader Pinarai Vijayan at Thiruvananthapuram for dinner.

KCR discusses the latest political developments with Vijayan.

After the polling on April 11 for the Lok Sabha elections, the first meeting of the KCR was made by a non-BJP and non-Congress leader.

The Chief Minister's Office of Telangana said in Hyderabad that KCR was followed by DMK President M.K. Meet Stalin on May 13 in Chennai.

The Chief Minister said, "Both leaders (Rao and Stalin) can discuss the current political scenario in the context of the ongoing parliamentary elections."

The CMO said that Karnataka Chief Minister and JD (S) leader HD Deve Gowda on Rao's visit to Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Kumaraswamy spoke to him on the phone on Monday.

Sources said that the results are going to be announced on May 23, therefore the KCR is planning to meet the leaders of different parties for the formation of a non-BJP, non-Congress government.

Rao's step matters, because he had given the idea of ​​the federal front in March last year and initiated the initiative to provide an alternative to both the BJP and the Congress.

After that he had met with Trinamool Congress, Biju Janata Dal, Samajwadi Party, Janata Dal (Secular) and DMK leaders. He also invited the YSR Congress Party to join the proposed front.




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