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KCR's Plan Of Federal Front Back On Track:- Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) made sensational comments that there is a need for the third front in the country. He also met various leaders of the parties in various states to establish a strong platform. KCR has been focused on various issues in Telangana and he seems to shift his focus back on the Federal Front. KCR said that he would meet Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin in Chennai today. Though he did not disclose the agenda behind the meeting, it is clear that he is keen on the political alliance and make paths for the 2024 polls. This will be the first meeting of KCR with Stalin after he took charge as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.
Fortunate to have had divine darshan and performed pujas of #SriRanganathaSwamy varu at Srirangam, Tamilnadu along with Pedananna, Peddamma and @KTRTRS annayya vadina. Such a blissful time with family members. pic.twitter.com/zbZdlxurqF— Santosh Kumar J (@MPsantoshtrs) December 13, 2021
KCR fought with BJP and the Centre over the procurement of paddy in the recent weeks and the Centre ignored the request of the Telangana government. KCR and Stalin met each other in April 2018 when Stalin was the opposition leader. The meeting will be held at 5 PM today and KCR will stay in Chennai this night. KCR yesterday performed special pujas at the Sri Rangantha Swamy temple in Srirangam in Tamil Nadu along with his entire family. KCR visited the temple after the victory in 2019. KCR is also in plans to meet several crucial national leaders at the earliest and make path for the Federal Front in the country.
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