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Regional Leaders Have No Trust On KCR!

Regional Leaders Have No Trust On KCR!

TRS president and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who embarked on "Jaitra Yatra" to pursue his national politics dream, is learnt to be getting cold response from the leaders of regional parties.

This is because the leaders of regional parties have no trust on KCR that he will stick to his assurances and promises, that he has been giving to them to forge his Federal Front before 2019 Lok Sabha polls to take on national parties BJP and Congress.

Though KCR met Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik and West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee so far seeking their support for his Federal Front, both remained non-committal to sail with KCR. 

The fact that both Naveen Patnaik and Mamata kept mum in the joint press meets addressed by KCR after the meetings gives clear indications that they have apprehensions on KCR's moves.

Both Patnaik and Mamata are learnt to have told their ministers and close aides that KCR is known for taking U-turn on any issue any time and ditch others after he realises his goal. He is also not reliable and they have to think twice before sailing with KCR.

They have learnt to have told how KCR ditched UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi after Telangana State was formed and how he wiped out Congress from Telangana without any regard for Sonia who granted statehood for Telangana putting her party's future at stake in both the Telugu States.

The regional leaders have also apprehensions over KCR's scheduled meeting with PM Narendra Modi in Delhi after his meetings with regional parties.

They fear 'secret frienship' between KCR and Modi still continues and KCR's meeting is only aimed to brief Modi about the outcome of his meetings with regional leaders.

They doubt that KCR is only trying to help Modi to become PM again in 2019 polls by splitting anti-NDA votes in the name of Federal Front.

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