Modi cuts KCR's tail, KCR rushing to Delhi to meet Modi

It's not even a month since TRS chief and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao boasted of holding a 'non BJP conclave' in Hyderabad against PM Modi's government at the Centre.

KCR boasted on November 18, 2020 that national leaders like Mamata Banerjee, Arvind Kejriwal, Pinarani Vijayan, Akhilesh Yadav etc have agreed to participate in his conclave in the second week of December (this month).

Now, December second week has come but there is no trace of KCR's non-BJP conclave.

KCR is now rushing to Delhi to meet Modi and seeking Modi's appointment for a meeting.

Why this sudden change in KCR stand against Modi and why KCR took a sudden turn on Modi.

KCR is rushing to New Delhi tomorrow, December 11, 2020.

He sought Modi's appointment but Prime Minister's Office is yet to confirm the appointment.

Despite this, KCR is rushing to Delhi and has decided to stay for two or three days with a hope that Modi will give appointment.

Political analysts say Modi knows how to cut the tales of leaders like KCR and he did that silently.

KCR who realised this late is rushing to Delhi now to meet Modi and please him.

Political analysts say Modi has reportedly focussed on KCR's corruption over the last six years and decided to handover the cases to CBI and ED for investigation.

Also KCR's previous scams of Sahara EPF scam when he was labour minister in UPA-1 government in 2004 is still pending and Modi has decided to open the case now.

KCR got indications to this effect forcing him to rush to Delhi to meet Modi.

This shows that KCR's non-BJP conclave against Modi will not happen now.