However, the BJP national leaders didn’t seem to be interested in the TRS proposal and maintained that they had in principle decided to grow independently in all the southern states and Odisha. Sources said the BJP may also come out of the Naidu government in AP soon, to induct leaders from the opposition Congress and the YSRC into the party.
Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao had decided in a TRS MPs’ meeting recently that the party should not oppose the Modi government and there should not be confrontations with the Centre. Following this, Mr Modi reportedly thanked a TRS MP in Delhi for the gesture.
After this development was brought to the notice of KCR, he asked “his friends” in the BJP to negotiate about TRS joining Mr Modi’s government. Mr Rao has twin purposes behind this political move. He is confident that he can contain both Congress and TD in Telangana but is not sure about the BJP.
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