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    KCR seems to closing in with Congress as he advances towards Shivsena

    When it comes to politics there is no permanent enemy or permanent friends and that is proved by Telangana CM KCR who is going to dine with Uddhav Thackeray the CM of Maharashtra over the possible national alliance to oust BJP. But in state and national level, till yesterday KCR was fuming at Congress for its leader less approach and cannot be trusted to win against BJP and now cozying up with those parties which has the Congress connections. Earlier he met TN CM Stalin, who is also having alliance with Congress in TN. So whats cooking in the mind of KCR ?
  • #752501
    They say there is no permanent ally or opponent in politics. It is an art of 'Aya Ram, Gaya Ram'. It has been strongly demonstrated by the politicians prior to the ongoing elections. It is clear that instead of sticking to an ideology of a particular party many of the politicians focus on the immediate gains. Even the staunch politicians are seen suddenly switching over to the opposite side which shakes the confidence of the followers. There seems to be no remedy to this with public. There should be some rule to permit a person to hold some position or fight elections only after serving for a minimum years of standing in a particular party. This unfortunate situation created by the politicians in the country needs to be salvaged.

    "Semper Sursum"

  • #752514
    KCR is the most unreliable politician of these times. If somebody tries to travel with him. it is like trying to cross River Godavari by holding the tail of a dog in that water. This gentleman is a person who never thinks about values in politics. Recently a book was written by an ex central government officer who worked as a personal secretary very clearly about the split personality of this man. The name of the book is 'Aparachitudu'(Unknown Person). If we read that book we can understand the personality of that man. No other politician will take his words for granted. Stalin told KCR that Congress is their friendly party and he will with them only. So he is not ready to accept the proposal of KCR for the 3rd front.
    KCR is feeling that he is losing the grip on the people and so he wanted to do some cheap tricks and 3rd front formation is one among them. If the 3rd front comes to power in the Central government, we will have many PMs, not one PM.

    always confident

  • #752523
    There are many ways in which politics is defined by the scholars and experts but one of the definitions that come in our mind while observing the activities of the political people is that in politics anything can be done for political gains irrespective of all earlier alliances and rivalries. We always find that old alliances are broken and new alliances are formed. So if KCR gets some advantage by having good relations with Sivasena and its allies then there will not be any surprise if he woos them for the coming elections. Politicians are generally ambitious people and they like to lead rather than to follow and that is the main thing around which all the confrontations arise. Even in a joint family if there are two powerfull people and both of them want to lead and control the house then there will be conflict and in many cases break up will take place.
    Knowledge is power.

  • #752534
    KCR wants to make his son as CM here and hog limelight in national politics but he has many detractors to pull him down.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

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