Meeting Of Telangana Chief and Kerala Counterpart
On Monday Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao met Kerala counterpart Pinarayi Vijayan, where the two leaders had two-hour long meeting but did not comment on the minutes of the meeting.
A closed-door meeting was organized, and with two more phases to go in seven phase Lok Sabha election, the meeting might be crucial. However both of them did not comment on anything that was discussed within them, also the meeting was attended by Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) MPs Santosh Kumar and Vinod Kumar.
K Chandrasekhar Rao, with his wife and two grandchildren, are staying at Kovalam, a famous tourist destination, are on a two-day visit, and will travel to Kanyakumari on 8th May.
Telangana chief is the one who came up with the non-BJP and non-Congress idea, and Rao along with Vijayan will discuss contemporary politics. The Telangana chief minister office statement had been issued, that Rao and Vijayan will meet at Thiruvananthapuram on Monday evening and on 13th May in Chennai, DMK President M K Stalin will meet Rao at his residence.