09-01-201909-01-2019 14:55:37 IST
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AP Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu met leaders from various political parties in New Delhi on Tuesday to discuss over the alliance strategies in view of upcoming Lok Sabha.
Naidu met Sharad Pawar, Rahul Gandhi, Aravind Kejriwal and Farooq Abdullah and discussed at length on the upcoming rally in Kolkata on 19th January, to be organised by Trinamool Congress.
Pawar stated that, the discussion on the future course of action will be held only after the rally, as they haven’t met or discussed regarding Mahagathbandhan with the leaders or parties in Kolkata.
Elaborating on the same, Naidu opined that the meetings could be held in Delhi in order to discuss the future course of action right after the rally. He added saying that it is essential for the parties to join Mahaghathbandhan to save the nation as a “democratic compulsion”.
According to sources the Naidsu with Rahul Gandhi discussed on ways to counter BJP in upcoming elections and elaborated on the strategies that will be employed in this concern.
Speaking on the 10% quota for economically backward upper castes, Naidu, who has been vocally critical of BJP since TDP pulled out of NDA alliance said the move was just an election gimmick and nothing more.
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