Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao, who glided the possibility of a non-Congress, non-BJP Front some time back, met his Kerala partner Pinarayi Vijayan here.
The two heads, in any case, would not remark on the two-hour since quite a while ago shut entryway meeting which accompanies two additional rounds to go in the seven-stage Lok Sabha races. Rao is on a two-day visit to the state, alongside his better half Shobha and their two grandkids.
The gathering, which was held at the Cliff House, official living arrangement of Kerala Chief Minister, was likewise gone to by Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) MPs Santosh Kumar and Vinod Kumar.
Rao, who is remaining at Kovalam, a renowned visitor goal in the state, will venture out to Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu on May 8. An announcement from the Telangana Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) prior stated, Rao will meet Vijayan at Thiruvananthapuram Monday evening, while he will approach DMK president M K Stalin at his living arrangement in Chennai on May 13.
As per the announcement, Rao and Vijayan, who heads the CPI(M)- drove LDF government in Kerala, will talk about “contemporary legislative issues”.
“In perspective on the Parliamentary decisions, both the CMs will talk about contemporary governmental issues,” it said.
Rao will visit the Rameshwaram and Srirangam sanctuaries before returning home, the announcement said.
Talking about the Rao-Stalin meeting, it stated, “Both the pioneers are probably going to examine current political situation with regards to progressing Parliamentary decisions.”
Finding out about his visits to Kerala and Tamil Nadu, Karnataka boss clergyman H D Kumaraswamy additionally had a telephonic converse with Rao, the announcement said.
The central priest’s little girl and sitting Nizamabad Lok Sabha part K Kavitha told PTI as of late that provincial gatherings not lined up with the Congress and the BJP will get 120 or more seats in the progressing Lok Sabha decisions, and may hold the way to government development.
She said the TRS is in contact with different gatherings not part of the BJP-drove NDA and Congress-secured UPA in its endeavors to produce a government front of territorial outfits.
A government front will take great shape after the Lok Sabha decision results are out, Kavitha said.