He reiterated that the front was proposed not to play "silly politics" but was aimed at bringing qualitative change in the country's politics. He said the front would bring together farmers and masses of India.
KCR said both the Congress and BJP, who together ruled for over 65 years, miserably failed to deliver. He said the national agenda of the proposed front will be unveiled before 2019 and any party who agrees to this agenda can join the front.
"Whosoever agrees to agenda will be welcomed. We will provide room for everybody," he said.
Meanwhile, KCR declared his support to JD-S in the next month's Karnataka elections and appealed to Telugu speaking people living in Karnataka to vote for it. He said he was ready to campaign for the party in Hyderabad-Karnataka region and wherever his services were required.
Referring to Cauvery water dispute between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, the TRS chief said the inaction and inability of Congress and the BJP was to be blamed for this and other inter-state water disputes. He said though India had 30,000 TMC excess water, there was no water for drinking and for irrigation in many parts of the country.
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