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KCR meets KK
All eyes on TRS meetings with T Cong leadersA Hyderabad: In a surprising development, Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) president K Chandrasekhar Rao...
All eyes on TRS meetings with T Cong leadersA Hyderabad: In a surprising development, Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) president K Chandrasekhar Rao visited senior Congress leader K Keshav Rao's house on Sunday. KCR was closeted with both Keshav Rao and Congress MP Manda Jagannadham for nearly two hours. The meeting was looked upon as a significant development in the direction of both TRS leadership and T Congress leaders working together for the statehood demand. The T Congress MPs would meet again on April 15 to discuss their future course of action on the demand for separate Telangana. When asked about the reports of some Congress MPs planning to join the TRS, Keshav Rao said, "We are ready to do anything for the sake of Telangana. Don't provoke me and ask me questions. I am not condemning it or confirming it." The TRS will celebrate its formation day on April 27. The TRS chief's meet with the T Congress leaders was said to have its own agenda. But, neither of them disclosed what they were up to. Earlier, Panchayat Raj Minister K Jana Reddy met Keshav Rao along with Jagannadham. Jana felt that if the high command did not show inclination to give T State by that time he along with Union Minister S Jaipal Reddy would resign from the Cabinet and join the T movement. However, Minister B Saraiah and MP Rajaiah denied that they were contemplating to quit the party.