KCR Gets Together With Tejashwi Yadav: A Federal Front could be quietly growing in Telangana the Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhara
Rao’s office in Hyderabad before the 2024 national elections.
The previous Tuesday, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav traveled from
Bihar with other top leaders.
The images from the meeting revealed a tale of friendship and efforts to create mutual
trust and respect among the leaders of regional parties hoping to unite against national
rivals, particularly the BJP.
Mr. Rao and KCR even called Tejashwi’s father along with RJD Veteran Lalu Yadav, not just
to inquire about his health, but to also urge Tejashwi to return to active politics and play a
crucial role in national politics, stressing the fact that his experiences and follow-up will be
valuable for every new party.
In his way, Lalu Yadav has expressed his gratitude to KCR in his effort to create an alliance
between democratic and secular forces in what he describes as a “BJP-mukt Bharat (BJP-
He is reported to have informed KCR that he’d declared his support for a distinct Telangana
and spoke about KCR’s leadership and the struggle to bring it into reality.
Tejashwi Yadav was transported to Hyderabad via a specially-scheduled flight, former Bihar
chief minister Abdul Bari Siddiqui, and former lawmakers Sunil Singh and Bhola Yadav.
The leaders were said to have agreed that it was essential to develop a clear plan to unite
to work together and beat the BJP.
At the event was KCR’s daughter, KT Rama Rao Telangana’s municipal government and IT
minister, and the nephew of KCR and Rajya Sabha MP Joginapally Santosh.
This past Sunday, KCR contacted the national leadership of both the CPI and CPM in
The left-wing leaders were visiting town for a party conference.
The month before, KCR and his family traveled to Tamil Nadu and met with Chief Minister
MK Stalin at his house in Chennai.
KCR was to India on a pilgrimage trip, but the political summit was a significant addition.
KCR was involve in a similar effort to create an anti-BJP and anti-Congress front in 2018,
before an election in 2019.
When KCR hired a private plane, Lok Sabha elections, and traveled across the nation to
discuss with various political leaders, the group did not truly begin to take off.