Regional parties to form a ‘Federal Front’
Opening the giant gates, which are preventing the Indian regional parties from interacting with each other, for the discussions and deliberations on the sensitive subject of federal parties-led national front, an idea which several times emerged and submerged in the past, the Telangana Chief Minister, K Chandrashekar Rao, who is one of the most powerful regional leaders of South India, has met the West Bengal Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee, who is defending the regional politics in the Northern land where the saffron party is continuing its triumph, to discuss the possibility of a ‘Federal Front’, the proposed front of the regional parties which are not willing to surrender their fortunes before the national parties such as the BJP.
Indicating that the meeting between both regional leaders is the beginning of a new discussion about the, unnamed, federal front, Mr Rao, while speaking to the media personals after the discussion session (which has lasted nearly two hours), has tactically evaded the question whether the Congress Party, the single largest opposition party in the Indian parliament, which recently expressed their willingness to form a anti-BJP coalition uniting all anti-BJP parties, will be there in the regional front which is proposed to form in the near future.
Who will lead the regional front?
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