The 4 events had fashioned the “Prajakutami” (People’s Front) to tackle the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS) within the 7 December Assembly election.
“That seems to be the general mood right now”, Prajakutami convenor and Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS) president Professor M Kodandaram instructed PTI when requested if the 4 events would come collectively once more for the Lok Sabha elections due by May.
Leaders of the 4 events would meet quickly, he mentioned.
“We (TJS) met CPI (Communist Party of India) independently, spoke to them at length. Met a few Congress leaders but no concrete ideas or decisions. Generally exchanged ideas on current situation”, Kodandaram mentioned.
The Prajakutami got here to a cropper within the election to the 119-member Assembly wherein the TRS returned to energy with 88 seats.
The Congress got here a distant second with 19 seats, whereas the TDP acquired two. The CPI and TJS drew a clean.
The BJP, which fought by itself, bagged one seat.
“We feel that our campaign strategy was a big failure (in the Assembly election) though we had a good agenda. That’s the reason for our miserable performance”, Kodandaram mentioned.
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