KCR Wants JDS to Break the Deal With Congress:- In Karnataka, JDS and Congress joined hands after no party got a complete majority. JDS Chief Kumaraswamy took oath as Chief Minister and the parties contested in Lok Sabha polls jointly. Telangana Chief Minister KCR has been touring across South Indian states after he is in plans to make an impact in the national capital with Federal Front. He already met Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and is touring across Kerala with his family members currently. KCR and Kumaraswamy had a conversation over the telephone yesterday about joining hands.
KCR wanted Kumaraswamy to form a non-BJP and non-Congress alliance at the centre and hence he asked JDS to break up with the Congress who are in alliance currently in Karnataka. KCR is in plans to convince Kumaraswamy about this by explaining about the Federal Front which he feels is to play a crucial role post the poll results. There are talks that Congress in Karnataka is least bothered about these comments and speculations. JDS and Congress are confident of sweeping number of seats in the Lok Sabha polls and a source informed that they would remain strong if they travel jointly.