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National Role: KCR Preparing For 2024. Leaving Congress Aside

Congress had organized a three-day Chintan Shivir (contemplation camp) in Udaipur few days back. Big leaders of the party were involved in this and a strategy has been prepared for the 2024 general elections. 

On the last day of Chintan Shivir, Rahul Gandhi had given a statement regarding regional parties that defeating BJP is not a matter of the regional parties . 

After this statement, speculations are also being made about the separation of Congress. 

On the other hand, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao is now preparing to leave the Congress and form a separate front with regional parties.

KCR had reached Delhi on Saturday. He met Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and praised the education system. 

“If farmers want, they can change the government. It is not a big thing. From where the power comes, it comes from us. Agitation should continue till farmers get the right price and there is a constitutional guarantee for it,” he said on Sunday.

Rao also lauded the contribution of Punjab in the freedom movement and bringing a green revolution in the farm sector. “Punjab is a great state,” said Rao.

Rao was accompanied by his Delhi counterpart Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann.

Rao was here to distribute Rs 3 lakh as financial assistance to the kin of the farmers, who died during the stir against the Centre’s three farm laws. Over 700 farmers had died during the course of the agitation at the Delhi borders due to various reasons, including harsh winter, road accidents, cardiac arrest and ailments. 

KCR also met former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and SP chief Akhilesh Yadav.

 Meanwhile, Telangana Congress has accused KCR of adopting a double standard attitude. 

Congress spokesperson Dasoju Shravan said that the Chief Minister has kept his eyes closed to the 8,000 farmers who committed suicide in Telangana.

On May 26, KCR will meet former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda in Bengaluru. 

After this, he will go to Ralegan Siddhi in Maharashtra and meet social worker Anna Hazare. 

It is being told that next week he will also visit West Bengal and Bihar. 

He will also meet the families of the jawans who lost their lives during the conflict in Galwan Valley.

KCR is trying to unite regional parties against the BJP ahead of the 2024 elections. 

Even before the 2019 elections, he had made such an effort but result was not successful.

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