New Delhi: Telengana politics ia gaining momentum.
A new alliance has begun to be formed in the elections of Telangana.
This time, TDP, Congress and CPI are going to join the barricade against KCR.
With the recommendation to dissolve the Assembly suddenly,
the announcement of the elections was announced by the KCR, a good political move.
Meanwhile, opposition parties have made big strides.
The three main opposition parties of the state have announced the formation of a
grand alliance against the KCR, which includes Congress, TDP
and the Communist Party of India.
Together, the three parties have decided to contest against the KCR, in such a situation, the difficulties of the KCR party TRS can increase in the coming assembly elections.
All these parties have united to demand President’s rule in the state.
The Opposition says that until the time for assembly elections in the state comes,
the President’s rule should be imposed here.
In this regard, TDP, Congress, Telangana Jan Samiti and CPI leaders met
Governor ESL Narasimhan and demanded to impose President’s rule in the state.
According to a senior Congress leader, this grand alliance will decide the
future of the next Lok Sabha elections in 2019 and we will be together in the Lok Sabha elections.
The appeal of support from all the sections is believed to be that this
Maha Sangathan will demand support from all the organizations, employees,
unemployed and women’s organizations in the state, to reach the path of power in the state.
RC Khunti, in charge of Telangana Congress affairs, says that it is on the
primary stage now, we have not talked about the sharing of seats yet,
but we have decided to move forward towards a major coalition, which includes TDP.
We will decide the Common Minimum Program.
Telangana ,TDP and Congress together after 35 years
This is the first time with Congress for the first time in 35 years when TDP has joined hands with the Congress in the state in 35 years.
PEG says that Congress does not have any kind of malice against TDP.
Let us tell you that on September 6, the Governor had accepted the request of Chief Minister to dissolve the Assembly.
Chief Minister KCR had submitted his resignation to the governor along with all cabinet ministers from his post.
After which he is holding the post of acting Chief Minister of the state.