Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao who kept mum after the April 11 Lok Sabha elections is back into the business with his ambitious task of floating non-BJP and non-congress front i.e federal front, which he initiated a year back meeting several leaders across the country.
KCR who is confident of TRS victory in the ensuing Lok Sabha elections also said to be informed by his intelligent sources that the national parties Congress and BJP are lagging behind in getting that magic figure thus leaving the scope for the regional parties to make an impact at the center.
Hence, the lean man is once again planned to meet the like-minded parties from the different states to bring them under one roof to make the federal front as a decisive factor in forming the central government.
In the process, KCR aka Rao on Monday night called on Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan at the latter's residence here. A statement from Vijayan's office said Rao would be in the state capital till Wednesday.
Both the Chief Ministers reportedly held the discussions on contemporary politics in view of ongoing Lok Sabha elections.
Earlier, Rao who is on a visit to state also offered prayers at Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple in the city on Monday morning and expected to visit Rameswaram and Srirangam temples as well.
KCR will later meet DMK chief MK Stalin in Chennai on his return to Hyderabad.
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