In a major push to forming a third force, Telangana CM holds talks with Deve Gowda
According to the people familiar to the matter, he may have a meeting with Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday in the city before leaving for Chandigarh on May 22.
Addressing Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee workers and leaders in Hyderabad, he said party tickets will be given only to those who work in the field.
Keeping in mind the needs of the post-pandemic era, 1000 oxygen beds including 300 ICU beds are also being provided.
Rao had announced to extend support to the families of 19 jawans martyred in the Galwan Valley clashes in 2020.
According to the individuals privy to the matter, Rao is likely to meet with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to talk about possible alliance of parties.
Rao's comments come at a time when he is engaged in a row with Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma over the issue of proof on surgical strikes.
Sources at Pragati Bhavan, Rao's official residence said that the Chief Minister was not well as he 'is suffering from fever.'
Centre's proposed amendments to AIS Rules hurt cooperative federalism: Telangana CM K Chandrashekhar Rao
A handful of non-BJP ruled states--Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh and Rajasthan-- had earlier opposed the move.
Rao also wanted Gadkari to release pending Central Road and Infrastructure Fund (CRIF).
Rao, who met Modi in the national capital on Friday sought 100 per cent funding for constructing road networks in the naxal affected areas keeping aside 60:40 ratio
Laxmi, an SC woman from Chelpur village, said her entire family had been pleasantly surprised by the announcement of the scheme.
Punch dialogues, aggressive yet positive body language, and speeches laced with the right amount of sentimentality helped the first CM of Telangana woo his voters.
Rao will kickstart his election campaign from Husnabad tomorrow where he will address his first public meeting after dissolving the assembly.
K Chandrashekhar Rao had recently said a non-Congress and non-BJP front should be formed in the country, and had called for a "qualitative change" in politics.