The Telangana CM had Saturday said, “In the last 70 years, the political system, whether ruled by Congress or BJP, has failed…miserably to bring a qualitative change in the lives of the people.
“I have nothing against the BJP, but it has failed to deliver (and) that is why a third front may emerge which will unite like-minded people. This third front I am talking about will be minus the Congress and the BJP,’’ he said.
Replying to KCR’s remark, Singh said, “Third Front? No power in this world can stop BJP now. Doesn’t matter how many fronts come up.”
However, KCR has also found some soothing voices as well and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee along with AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi extended their support to his initiative.
“I am of the opinion that Chandrashekar Rao will play an important role before and after Parliament elections. I am of the opinion that the country is looking towards regional parties. The country is looking towards those parties which are against the BJP and the Congress,” Owaisi said.
Apart from Mamata and Owaisi, former Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemanth Soren also welcomed KCR’s decision to play a key role in national politics.