Telangana Chief Minister KCR has been spending more time outside the state these days, than inside the state, in pursuit of his national political ambitions. The political leader has been trying to become a key player in national politics for quite some time now, and trying to establish a front opposing Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party at the center.
For that, the CM has toured many states so far, and has met with the CMs of many several states with opposition parties in the ruling. While all of them welcomed KCR quite well, none of them showed much interest in teaming up with him nationally. The exact reasons for this are unknown, but the most common factor that’s said to be the reason is stated as the lack of trust that these leaders have in KCR, leading them at the center.
As a result, KCR is said to be of the mind to establish his own political party and lead a movement similar to the one he led for the formation of the Telangana state. While his movement may have worked here, locally, it is highly likely that it wouldn’t work nationally. As such, it is being said that there’s almost no hope left for KCR, and that it would be better if he abandoned this path, which might lead to his doom.