The Chief Ministers of two Telugu States of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh – K Chandrasekhar Rao and N Chandrababu Naidu considered this April a crucial month ahead of 2019 elections. They are getting ready to take up big political tasks this month on mission mode to consolidate their political career.
Chandrababu is leaving on a two day visit to New Delhi to decide the fate of Andhra Pradesh which continued to simmer with agitations and protests on special status. He will stay in Delhi for 2 days (April 3rd and 4th). The AP CM will stay in national capital to meet several national leaders seeking their cooperation to fulfill the promises made by centre to Andhra Pradesh.
The TDP Supremo already requested the other parties to extend support to the no confidence motion moved by the TDP against BJP led NDA in the Parliament. Chandrababu is also preparing a political strategy to corner the YSR Congress which was also fighting on special status and show his upper hand in the New Delhi.
While KCR is also moving fast to unite all regional parties and bring them into the fold of his Third Front. The Telangana CM will also be in Delhi on April 4th and 5th. Apart from attending oath taking ceremony of his party’s Rajya Sabha MPs’, he will hold a meeting with some regional party leaders and convince them to join the Federal Front. KCR already met West Bengal CM Mamata Banarjee and Jharkhand former CM Hemath Soren.