Telangana CM KCR The Biggest Threat For BJP
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Congress-led UPA formed the government at the Centre in 2004 and 2009 years. In 2014, Congress saw the wrath of the common man. Congress which won 206 seats in 2009 LS elections, ended with a mere 44 seats in the 2014 elections. Thanks to the Modi wave in 2014, BJP emerged as a clear winner.
Since last one year, the political environment has gradually changed in the nation. Under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi, Congress is starting to emerge as an alternative to many BJP (and its allies) ruled states. Adding to this, KCR is turning to be a possible threat for BJP and NDA.
KCR’s recent remarks on PM Modi became controversial. Adding fuel to the fire, Nirmala Sitharaman, the Defense Minister, took the matter to a whole new level. This not only irked CM KCR, but also encouraged him to teach BJP a new lesson, and bring the saffron party’s monopoly to an end.
KCR has publicly stated that he is ready to head the Third Front if required against the BJP and Congress. ‘There is every need for a third front in the nation. Both the BJP and Congress have ignored many states and regional parties. They wanted amonopoly. All of us (regional parties) need to stand united, and fight against these national parties’, said KCR.
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