Sonia to Group in All Its Opposition against NDA at May 23 Meet
In a move strikingly went for reinforcing opposition solidarity and to checkmate the Narendra Modi-drove NDA, UPA executive Sonia Gandhi has kept in touch with all UPA partners and non-NDA parties to be specific the BJD, the YSR Congress, the TRS and the TD welcoming them for a meeting on May 23 to talk about the future strategy.
The meeting, which has been approached the day when the Lok Sabha election results are to be reported, holds importance as sources bring up that the message conveyed by Ms.Gandhi is that all UPA and non-NDA parties need to rally together after the decision.
With the UPA executive specifically keeping in touch with all UPA partners and non-NDA parties, the meeting could examine the guide for the future political game-plan, on the off chance that the last numbers are not for the NDA.
While the UPA partners are ready, sources said that uncommon endeavors have been made to expedite board the non-NDA substances like the BJD, YSR Congress, and the TRS for the proposed meeting.
Whenever Mr. Rao met M.K. Stalin in Chennai on Monday, the DMK chief apparently clarified his party's firm remains against the BJP and recommended that rather, the Telangana Chief Minister should bolster the UPA to shape government at the Center.
Regardless of whether Mr. Patnaik goes to the May 23 meeting, alongside YSR Congress' Jagan Mohan Reddy and TRS chief K. Chandrasekhar Rao would depend totally on the election results.
In the interim, on Tuesday, TDP supremo N. Chandrababu Naidu named Congress president Rahul Gandhi a "decent leader who have worried for the country" and attested that dissimilar to 1996, non-BJP parties won't submit the misstep of keeping the Congress out if such a partnership shapes a legislature at the Center.