West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today called Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao on phone in the afternoon and conveyed her total support to his Third Front proposal and qualitative change in politics. She also concurred with KCR’s opinion that there was necessity for qualitative change in the country’s politics. “Ham aap se Ek mat hai. Aap ke saath rehinge” (I agree with you. I will work with you), Mamata Banerjee said.
Former chief minister of Jharkhand State Hemanth Soren also called KCR on phone and pledged his solidarity with TRS supremo. He welcomed KCR’s decision to play a key role in national politics. Along with two MPs from Maharashtra, several prominent persons from different walks of life expressed their total support to the Chief Minister’s initiative to lead Third Front and his decision for a qualitative change in national politics.
Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who declared that there was a need for qualitative change in the national politics on Saturday, has been receiving support from people from different walks of life. From all parts of Telangana, the people were flocking Pragathi Bhavan in support of KCR’s statement. Pundits from temples, representatives of Brahmin community, Mullahs and Maulvis from different mosques, representatives of Muslim organizations, Pastoral Fathers from churches, Christian religious representatives, Sikh religious representatives, employees from TSRTC, Singareni Collieries, Electricity employees, Banjaras, Tribals, BC representatives and others were reaching Pragathi Bhavan in large numbers to express their solidarity with the Chief Minister for his statement.
All important and prominent leaders of TRS poured into Pragathi Bhavan to express their solidarity with the CM who declared there was a need for qualitative change in Indian politics. Ministers, MPs, MLAs, MLCs, Corporation Chairmen made a beeline to Pragathi Bhavan and expressing their view that KCR should play a key role in the national politics. All those who visited Pragathi Bhavan were raising slogans “Desh Ki Netha KCR” slogans. (NSS)