The proposal of an "Alternative Political Force" to the BJP and Congress at national level floated by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has been receiving positive response from many political organisations in the country.
However, according to BJP sources, the party is highly confident after its sweeping win in Tripura and establishing itself as a dominant party in the northeastern belt. "Tell me one initiative or one scheme or one act of the central government that he opposed in the last four years", he said.
KCR said the country needs drastic changes in its political system and amendments in its Constitution to realise its full potential and grow at par with countries like China, Japan and Singapore. These meetings will be held, apart from Hyderabad, in cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Bengaluru, officials in the Chief Minister's Office (CMO) said.
Telangana BJP spokesperson Krishna Saagar Rao claimed the CMs pitch for a front was aimed at elevating himself in national politics which would help him with a tag of "vendetta politics" if some agency were to target him for his governments corrupt practices.
The MP believes KCR also has political sagacity and foresight. A couple of days before his announcement, his Andhra Pradesh counterpart N Chandrababu Naidu hinted at having alliance with TRS in Telangana. People are vexed now. In the remaining 288 seats in 15 states, the fight is among regional parties with national parties being in the fray as well.
"Even after 70 years of our independence, farmers continue to commit suicide", he said while blaming the faulty policies pursued by the two parties. "There is a vacuum in the country and people are looking for an alternative", Owaisi said. Can we expect something new to happen if Congress comes to power after BJP? "But we are disillusioned, if Congress gave you Vijay Mallya, BJP gave you Nirav Modi", he said. Discussions are going on the same.
"I have nothing against Modi and never used foul language against him as alleged by the BJP leaders".
He also said his party members in the Parliament would raise the pending issues including Muslim Reservations Bill and promises made under the AP Reorganisation Bill-2014.