KCR to meet Mamata Banerjee for talks on Federal Front
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao, who is rallying to create a strong alternative to BJP and Congress, will meet his West Bengal counterpart Mamata Banerjee tomorrow in Kolkata.
He called for a 'qualitative change' in politics. For this, he had announced that he was ready to take on the mantle of leading a 'Federal Front.'
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Telangana CM Rao to meet Mamata Banerjee tomorrow
'Both BJP and congress failed to ensure development in India'
Rao alleged that successive governments ruled by both the Congress and BJP at the Center have miserably failed to ensure development of the country.
Rao had earlier said he will talk with all like-minded parties and leaders for creating an agenda for the country's growth.
Reportedly, Rao is chalking out a program to hold series of meetings pan-India with various organizations, associations and individuals.
Banerjee has extended full support for "qualitative changes in governance"
On March 4, Banerjee spoke to Rao over phone and conveyed her complete support in bringing out qualitative changes in governance, sources said. The two would meet and hold discussions in Kolkata tomorrow at around 4pm.
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