"...Definitely, we should contest at least four places and announce support to Congress party from outside where we are not in contest. This is the view that has come," he told reporters here.
The constituencies where the TJS would be in the fray include Nizamabad, Karimnagar and Malkajgiri.
The party has not held talks on alliances for the parliamentary elections, he said.
However, the TJS drew a blank.
The party would release its manifesto in the next few days and anybody can voluntarily come forward tospread its message, he said.
The party would undertake a 'yatra' for safeguarding and addressing the problems of Adivasis, he said.
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