However, a DMK spokesperson maintained that his party’s working president would always think in terms of cementing a strong secular alliance that included the Congress as well.
Party leaders said KCR’s call to Telugu-speaking voters in Karnataka had helped JD(s) win considerable number of seats.
Yadav said he is regularly communicating with all political parties in opposition and will unite them when the time comes.
She predicted that in the upcoming Assembly polls in Karnataka, Congress would win it but has to take the support of the JD(S).
Yechury feels that all secular democratic parties need to first strengthen themselves in states and thereafter in Parliament to take on the BJP.
Yashwant Sinha quits BJP, says he will run ‘robust campaign’ with Opposition leaders to save democracy in country
Dissident BJP leader Yashwant Sinha, who has not minced his words criticising the BJP-led central government held an event with opposition parties in Patna, Bihar today.
Former general secretary Prakash Karat made it categorically clear that there cannot and should not be any political understanding with the Congress.
Rao will go to Bhuvaneshwar in the first week of May to meet Naveen Patnaik to discuss about Federal Front plans.
Left leader suggests worker-farmer alliance, Left democratic front including Congress, to defeat BJP-RSS
All India Kisan Sabha leader d K Krishnaprasad expressed anguish over the tussle between the Sitaram Yechury and Prakash Karat camps and the lack of unity within the CPI(M).
Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao meets Deve Gowda to launch Third Front, asks Telugus in Karnataka to vote for JD (S)
Rao had met West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in Kolkata recently to discuss the plans for evolving a coalition of regional parties.
Party insiders say that the CM postponed meet on Federal Front after Centre’s proposal to hold simultaneous polls to LS and State Assemblies as per schedule.
The TMC too will face an existential challenge from within, with factions and powerful syndicates clashing among themselves.
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.
Moily asserted that only a "confederation" of parties, led by his national outfit, can take on the BJP-led NDA effectively.
Need to prepare national agenda keeping in mind requirements of states: KCR on Third Front formation ahead of 2019 Lok Sabha poll
Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao has already announced plans to forge a non-Congress, non-BJP alternative at the Centre.