DMK leader Stalin less likely to meet TRS Chief KCR next week
The DMK has clarified that its leader M K Stalin would not meet Telangana Chief Minister and TRS Chief K Chandrasekar Rao, who tries to forge an alliance with regional parties based in South India, soon.
Earlier, the Telangana Chief Minister Office announced that the DMK leader would meet the TRS leader on May 13.
The DMK, while announcing the new development, has said that its leader was very busy with the election work.
Notably, no serious attempt has been made by the DMK to justify their decision. The TRS has not yet responded publically about the new development.
It is assumed that the DMK is less interested to encourage any attempt aimed to encourage the regional parties in the south to think about the creation of a non-Congress opposition front against the BJP.
Incidentally, the DMK chief was the first South Indian regional leader who proposed the name of Congress president Rahul Gandhi for the Prime Ministerial post.
Earlier, the TRS tried to create a good relation with the Kerala government, which is ruled by the left, and the Karnataka government, which is led by an alliance dominated by the JD (S).
Vignesh. S. G
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