Yesterday when he was in Karnataka he met many leaders and discussed the present day position of Andhra Pradesh but he never met and not had any meeting with any Congress leaders. It may be an indication, that he is trying to bring all the parties, except BJP and Congress, together.
All leaders except BJP top leaders were there at Karnataka. KCR went one day ahead, discussed with Kumara Swamy and came back as he is not interested to share the platform with Congress as his main enemy in Telangana is Congress.
I am very much afraid of the outcome of the 2019 general election that if the BJP not able to prove the majority then what would be the circumstance or the future of our country.
It is a way to acknowledge the crowd that has gathered for them, connecting with them and there's nothing wrong in it.
Coming to fact of standing side by side it's could just be the way things went without us needing to read too much into it.
This is the widespread impression here, in Tamil Nadu. One thing is very clear. If all the parties join together in one platform and forget the Congress, guys like Deva Gowda will not join that platform at all. Yes, we are given to understand that the Congress is quite strong in Telangana, and hence KCR cannot afford to play second fiddle in his own State.
However, it is foolish to believe that Modi has got a huge wave of support in many parts of the country. Apart from the South, he will surely find it very tough even his home State of Gujarat. Unlike the Congress, which had a pro-poor image, our dear Modi has an image that he helps only the upper middle classes, the rich and the super-rich. For instance, if GST has helped the industrialists, where is the lower price of any commodity, as promised before GST was introduced?
Where is the common man in all the games? One wonders whether what happened in Bangalore is only a temporary show of unity. The Opposition parties have their own contradictions. We are in for very troubled times. One only hopes that the BJP does not go overdrive, trying to negate the unity of the opposition, by stooping to the lowest levels of public discourse, as it has often done.
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease