As the results of the ensuing Lok Sabha elections are fast appraoching, shivers run down in the spine of all the political party leaders.
After completion of six phases of the polls, it is interpreted that both congress and BJP have no scope to form the government on its own or with the help of their alliance parties. Hence they need the support of the neutral parties like TRS, YSRCP, BJD SP and others.
Going by the latest trends, the above-mentioned regional parties would be winning a good number of seats and will be the deciding factor in the formation of government.
Sensing this, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao who is mooting the idea of 'Federal Front' has been in talks with the regional parties of south India to form non congress and non BJP government at centre. However, time will decide the fate of the idea.
Off late KCR met DMK chief MK Stalin on Monday and there were many speculations circulated about their discussion. The latest rumour rounding in the political circles is KCR who is enjoying the clout with BJP while Stalin who is in alliance with Congress in Tamil Nadu have come to an understanding of changing their colours of supporting to one of the parties be it Congress or BJP once the results are announced on May 23.
Stalin is reportedly said be in no hesitation of supporting BJP if things fall in place as the former has been away from the power for last eight years and there is a compulsion for Stalin to bond with the parties in power.
All these permutations and combinations come to a conclusion after 23.
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