Chandrababu Naidu meets leaders of several opposition parties, including Rahul Gandhi for the Big-coalition.
Chandrababu Naidu has been in the past for a long time in the country to unite non-BJP parties and build a coalition.
Chandrababu met several leaders of opposition before meeting Rahul Gandhi
Chandrababu said today democracy is in danger
All parties need to come against BJP: Chandrababu Naidu
New Delhi: Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N.K. Chandrababu Naidu meets Congress President Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi on Thursday. According to sources, during this time Chandrababu Naidu spoke to the Congress president regarding the assembly elections in Telangana and the next general elections scheduled next year. The special thing is that Chandrababu Naidu has been working for the unity of non-BJP parties in the past and for the formation of a coalition. In this regard, he met the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar and the National Conference head Dr. Farooq Abdullah. After the meeting, he said at the press conference that the future program will be decided by meeting together. During this time, three big leaders said in a tone that democracy is in danger today and all opposition parties should come together and all opposition parties should come together.
At the same time, TDP MP Mimlala Kishtappa said on the meeting of Rahul Gandhi and Chandrababu Naidu that Chandrababu Naidu is trying to bring anti-Modi political forces to a platform before the next Lok Sabha elections. This is the main agenda of meeting with Rahul and Pawar. He further said that Congress and TDP in Telangana are discussing seat sharing for fighting elections simultaneously. These conversations are going on between state level leaders.
tell that Chandrababu Naidu has been uniting the non-BJP parties for some time since then and has been in the grand alliance exercise. It is believed that Congress and TDP can combine in Telangana. If this happens then the Congress will have the second largest coalition in the South. Because earlier this is Congress coalition with Karnataka JDS. In the press conference held after the meeting, NCP chief Sharad Pawar said that the institutions like CBI and RBI are being attacked in the country, the situation is worsening. We are here to welcome other parties that they come with us.
Come and unite against this government. Everyone is watching what is happening in CBI, ED and Reserve Bank. At the same time, National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah said that democracy is in danger today. We have discussed the need for a general minimum program among similarly thought-provoking parties. Not only the people but the institution of this country is also seeing trouble. We all should work on this. We have to save democracy. It is our duty and that is why we have come here together.