But I feel it is a very difficult task to bring all the very powerful leaders together when each of them is interested in power. Now with this statement from Pawar, KCR may think that his chances are improved to lead the third front.
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Knowledge is power.
Coming to this thread, Sharad Pawar did, indeed, refuse to lead the UPA or to take up any responsibility in this connection. But the important part is that he reiterated the importance of the Congress party at the national level and has categorically said that no alliance without the Congress will be able to bring about the desired result. (In this connection, it would be worthwhile to remember what the Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said about the Congress.) There might be different reasons, including the state of his health, that might have dissuaded the senior leader from taking over any responsibility. He has said that he would support any move to form a national alliance and fight the next parliament election. So to give the facts a spicy twist to project the BJP as a formidable strength is taking things beyond an acceptable limit.
"In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on." -Robert Frost