Is the Pink Panther planning to wait for some more time for floating the third front as an alternative to BJP and Congress? Yes, say TRS sources. Originally KCR had planned to create ripples with the national leaders at the public meeting to mark TRS formation day on April 27. However, he has stepped back due to the fast changing national political scene. He is reportedly planning to wait for few more days before launching a coalition.
TRS chief has almost entered the national politics. A resolution on the current political situation and the need to solve the problems faced by people will be moved during the TRS formation day meeting. By doing this, he will be announcing that the regional party is ready to play its role in the national politics. He will formulate his party’s national policy and table this at a massive public meeting. In this regard, a high-level team of the party has already set the process in motion.
At another big public meeting, KCR will declare his vision of the national politics. The regional party is expected to have clarity on national politics in October-November. So far only a couple of parties have indicated that they are ready to join hands with KCR. The TRS leader is trying to mobilize the strength to convince some more parties to join him in this journey. According to party sources, KCR feels that people will be election mood after six months and hence he should wait till then for a full-fledged launch of the front on a grand scale and declare his entry into the politics.
KCR is gathering further steam. He is geared up to take up necessary progarmme to ensure that the state political situation turn completely in his favour. Apart from double bed room houses for poor, subsidy for farmers and scholarships for students, he is planning mega medical camp to cater to the medical needs of every citizen. As part of this, the government is launching state-wide free eye screening tests. It remains to be seen how his plans to first fully strengthen himself in the state and six months later foray into state politics, yield the results.