BRS supremo KCR simply ignored many loyal friends in first rally held in Khammam recently in Telangana. Why he ignored good friends is the talk-of-the-town. And answer is quite obvious, the loyals are somewhere are symphetiser either for Congress or BJP.
In terms of attendance and the frenzy it inspired in the media, the public gathering organised by Bharat Rashtra Samithi and presided over by Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao was a major show.
Even though his party leaders had earlier revealed KCR’s party’s national political strategy, he nonetheless attempted to give the gathering a national perspective by inviting three chief ministers and the leaders of the Left parties.
Despite meeting with numerous other opposition party leaders around the nation who had been opposing the BJP, KCR surprisingly invited only a small number of national figures.
Nitish Kumar, the head of the Janata Dal (U) and the chief minister of Bihar, Tejaswi Yadav, Sharad Pawar, Uddhav Thackeray, the former chief minister of Maharashtra, M K Stalin, and Hemant Soren, the chief minister of Jharkhand, are not invited.
The cause is clear. All of these figures have been pleading with the Congress to join the coalition of opposition parties that will oppose the BJP. KCR did not invite the Congress because they are also his adversaries.
In a same vein, he refrained from inviting other non-BJP and non-Congress parties, such as Mamata Banerjee of West Bengal and Naveen Patnaik of Odisha, with whom KCR had previously held discussions, because they long ago stopped hosting KCR.
Surprisingly, even H D Kumaraswamy, the head of the Janata Dal (S) and a longtime BRS supporter from Karnataka who frequently travelled to Hyderabad to meet KCR, was noticeably absent.
Whether Kumaraswamy was invited or avoided is not yet known. However, according to reports, KCR ignored the JD (S) leader when he learned that Kumaraswamy would reach a deal with the Congress in the next Karnataka assembly elections.
Although KCR had originally intended to form an alliance with the JD (S), he has since changed his mind. So, during the meeting at Khammam, he avoided Kumaraswamy.
It’s interesting to note that senior actor Prakash Raj, a fervent supporter of KCR, was not present at the Khammam meeting. According to sources, KCR chose not to invite the actor because he doesn’t want the public’s focus to shift from him to the actor. So, that is KCR! #hydnews #khabarlive #hydlive