In contradiction to the news that Telangana Chief Minister K.Chandrashekhar Rao (KCR) was scheduled to meet DMK (Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam) president MK Stalin on May 13 at the latter's residence in Chennai, sources claim on Tuesday that Stalin is unlikely to meet with KCR.
According to DMK sources, Stalin is unlikely to meet with KCR as DMK already is in a pre-poll alliance with the Congress party and would not wish to jeopardize that. DMK has reportedly already informed KCR's team that Stalin would be unable to meet him as he would be campaigning for the by-polls which is scheduled on May 19 in Tamil Nadu where the last four Assembly seats will go to polls.
Refuting that any meeting between the two leaders was to occur, TRS MP and KCR's daughter K Kavitha has said that no appointment has been fixed yet, as per sources.
Earlier on Monday, reports claimed that KCR has scheduled a visit to states the of Kerala and Tamil Nadu in the next week. As per inputs, KCR will be meeting Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan and Tamil Nadu CM Edappadi K. Palaniswami during the visit in order to discuss the prospects of his proposed 'Federal Front' against the BJP.
KCR is further scheduled to meet DMK (Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam) president MK Stalin on May 13 at the latter's residence in Chennai amid his visit to the southern states.
The two leaders are likely to discuss the current political scenario in the context of ongoing parliamentary elections in the country, sources told Republic TV.
After learning that KCR is going to visit Kerala and Tamil Nadu, Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy had a telephonic conversation with the Telangana CM.
Lok Sabha elections for all 17 seats have already concluded in Telangana on April 11 while all 20 seats in Kerala went to polls on April 23. In Karnataka, Lok Sabha polls were held in two phases with 14 seats each polling on April 18 and 23 respectively. In Tamilnadu, while Lok Sabha elections for all 38 seats were concluded on April 23, the state is currently voting for its bye-elections which will decide if the AIADMK will retain its majority in 234-seat state Assembly.