The sudden change in the tone and tenor of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao as he spoke about the Centre, especially during his response to the discussion following the Governor’s speech in the Assembly, in connection with the ongoing Budget session, has surprised political observers.

The Chief Minister did not criticise the Central government on any issue. Usually, KCR targets the Centre whenever he gets an opportunity. Furthermore, KCR said that the government will not fight with the Centre and at the same time will not compromise on the issues related to the State’s interest.

ALSO READ:  Is KCR Heading Towards 'Political Disaster', Facing Same Odds As YSR And NTR?

In the past on several occasions, KCR had slammed the Central government. At one stage, KCR had criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi and made comments on personal issues also.

While his Andhra Pradesh counterpart YS Jaganmohan Reddy has been maintaining a cordial relationship with the Modi government soon after assuming the power, but Chief Minister KCR has been treading an aggressive path on the Centre-State relationship.  He once challenged the Union Home Minister Amit Shah to disclose details on the funds sanctioned by the Centre to the State.

ALSO READ:  Lack Of Proper Strategical Planning And State Poor Leadership In BJP At The Edge Of Flounder In Telangana

But now, whatever the reasons may be KCR seems to go soft towards the Centre.  YS Jaganmohan Reddy met Modi six times whenever he went to Delhi in two years whereas KCR had met the Prime Minister a couple of times during the same period.

Then why is this sudden change of heart? Some say this could be a wait-and-watch ploy of KCR. Sources close to KCR said that he was waiting for the Assembly results of the five States, which were going to polls in one month. KCR strongly believes that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will retain power in the Assembly elections.

ALSO READ:  'Triangular Fight' In Musheerabad And Khairatabad Constituencies As BJP Has The Edge In Elections?

Once BJP becomes weak, KCR once again will initiate the plans on the formation of a Federal Front. If Mamata Banerjee in West Bengal and MK Stalin in Tamil Nadu come to power KCR’s plans on floating the Federal Front may become easy, they said. #KhabarLive #hydnews

Previous article‍Celebration of Art, Without Any Boundaries In ‘Dance Festival’ Of Hyderabad
Next articleAlways Adopt Healthy Twist Ib Your Festive Sweets
A senior journalist having 25 years of experience in national and international publications and media houses across the globe in various positions. A multi-lingual personality with desk multi-tasking skills. He belongs to Hyderabad in India. Ahssanuddin's work is driven by his desire to create clarity, connection, and a shared sense of purpose through the power of the written word. His background as an writer informs his approach to writing. Years of analyzing text and building news means that adapting to a reporting voice, tone, and unique needs comes as second nature.