Uddhav Thackeray Expresses His Support On Fight Waged By Telangana CM For Federal Justice


According to the latest reports, Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao received a call from Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday, February 16.

Based on accounts, not only did Thackeray extend his party’s support to KCR on his proposed front with non-BJP and non-Congress regional political parties, but he also invited KCR to Mumbai on 20 February.

News agency ANI, quoted CMO Telangana highlighting that the Telangana CM will meet Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray in Mumbai on February 20 at the latter’s invitation. It added that Thackeray expressed his complete support for the fight being waged by CM KCR for federal justice.

It is believed that they hope to discuss the future course of action on the newly proposed front and fight against the BJP over a meal. Narratives claim that the Telangana CM has accepted Thackeray’s invitation.

Thus, KCR is anticipated to be leaving for Mumbai on February 20. Several accounts have quoted Thackeray elaborating on how he lauded KCR’s fighting spirit and appreciated how he has raised his voice to protect India from divisive forces.

Thackeray reportedly elucidated how KCR commenced the fight at an accurate time to ensure that the rights of the state and the country are protected. He added that they will support him in his fight as well as undertake measures to mobilise support from the people.

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