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EX MP’s Controversial Comments On CBN, KCR And Jagan

CBN, KCR, Jagan May Support Congress-led UPA Former MP

As speculations are doing round that Telangana CM KCR may support UPA after election results, supporting those rumours former Tirupati Congress MP Chinta Mohan said that AP CM Chandrababu Naidu, Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao and YCP Cheif Jaganmohan Reddy are all three going to support the Congress-led UPA and would support Rahul Gandhi as Prime Minister candidate after the May 23 results.

Chinta Mohan opined that Congress President Rahul Gandhi will form the coalition government at the Centre with support from over 10 regional and sub-regional parties. The Congress leaders are seeing the greater possibility of neutral regional parties not securing more number of MP seats than the UPA. So, the regional leaders would have to support the Congress-led alliance as they have got irreconcilable differences with the Modi-Shah style of leadership.

Congress had a great chance this time as Modi’s charm is damaged due to GST, Demonetisation and Raffle Deal scam and 22-parties anti-BJP parties joined to dethrone Modi under the leadership of Chandrababu Naidu who was the most senior and former NDA convenor.

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