With the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections, parties are looking forward to creating an alliance for a steady government against their Odds.
Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi met N. Chandrababu Naidu, the president of Telugu Desam Party and chief minister of Andhra Pradesh on Friday. The aim of the meet was to discuss different issues along with plans on how to gobble up to the grand alliance of opposition parties.
Earlier that day, Naidu met opposition leaders, including Rahul Gandhi, with an aim to bring together opposition parties on a platform to take on BJP in the polls.
Naidu said there is a democratic compulsion for all the opposition parties to come together. He added that the political compulsion of each party at the state-level will be taken into account while forming a united force to fight BJP in the Lok Sabha polls.
His statement speculates an alliance between the AAP and the Congress which is yet to go official as both sides are attacking one another and asserting time and again that they will contest the Lok Sabha polls in Delhi independently.