TRS likely to support third front
As the opposition parties have initiated their initial moves to materialise the possibility of the formation of a third front ahead of the upcoming parliament election, a senior TRS leader K T Rama Rao has expressed his party’s interest to look into the possibility of the formation of the aforesaid front.
The latest report regarding the TRS’ interest to join the third front stands contrary to the popular assumption that the Telangana’s powerful region party will not take any firm stand against those who rule the centre –that is the BJP or NDA.
Earlier, there were reports that several opposition leaders met to seriously discuss the possibility of the formation of the third front in the national capital.
If something confuses the people and political leaders who want to see the formation of such a front, it is the delay it takes to make an official declaration about the front.
There is a popular assumption that no opposition party will enter into any formal alliance for the third front ahead of the election. Meanwhile, many believe that the possibility for a post-election alliance is very high, compared to the possibility for a pre-election alliance.
Importantly, the opposition now has a successful model to show in Karnataka. That is the one compels many to avoid the possibility of the pre-poll alliance.
Where is the TRS heading towards actually?
Vignesh. S. G
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