Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is likely to meet West Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee amid a swirl of political movements in nation to hold the initials talks of 'Third Front'. Earlier this month, KCR gave a voice to all regional parties by clearly sending the signals of anti-Congress and anti-BJP front. He also said he will soon meet all the regional party leaders and bureaucrats across the country to gather support for the 'Third Front'.
KCR's Third Front idea was backed by Mamta Banarjee, MIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi, Former Jharkhand CM Hemanth Soren and Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan.
Quickly after KCR coined the idea of 'Third Front', many regional parties lined up to support him. Mamta, CM of West Bengal and chief of Trinamool Congress party, was one among them who directly made a phone call to TRS supreme and advocated the necessity of Third Front in the center. In the process, all the regional parties have come forward to support the no confidence motion of TDP & YSRCP in Lok Sabha.
Now, KCR is making a step ahead and going to Kolkata (West Bengal capital) on 19th March to meet CM Mamta Banerjee to hold talks for the likelihood of 'Third Front'. The news of this meeting is attracting all the attention in the national level and let's wait to see what the outcome of this meet will be.