KCR to launch national party this month
KCR is expected to launch a national party by the end of this month, according to sources close to him. The move comes as part of an effort to gather opposition leaders before the 2024 elections. Sources predict that the new political party will be called 'Bharatiya Rastra Samiti'.
Last month KCR held a meeting with Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav at the former's residence in the national capital and discussed the current national issues while he met Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to visit Mohalla clinic in the national capital.
The Telangana CM had also met JD-S leader HD Deve Gowda on May 26 and said there will be a change at the national level which cannot be stopped.
Notably, KCR's attempts are quite visible to forge an anti-BJP alliance (third front) with all the like-minded parties excluding Congress.
He embarked on an India tour where he also ventured into national-level meetings and events and gathered every brick en route to his bigger aim to foray into national politics.
Attempts are also being made to seek support from all the Indians living abroad. Telangana NRIs from across the world unanimously adopted a resolution in support of CM KCR's decision to foray into national politics.
Telangana NRIs coordinator B Ganesh moved a resolution seeking the support of NRIs to TRS Supremo and KCR's move to enter into national politics in a Zoom meeting attended by NRIs from different countries.