Kavitha expressed hope that after the TRS' victory in the Legislative Assembly elctions held on December 11 last year, she would win by a huge margin in the Lok Sabha polls scheduled for April 11.

 Elections will be cake walk for TRS Kavitha begins canvassing in Nizamabad
news Lok Sabha 2019 Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - 07:32
Nizamabad MP Kavitha kickstarted her canvassing for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in Telangana by welcoming new members into the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) in her home turf. She also said that winning the elections would be a cake walk for the TRS and expressed confidence over bagging 16 out of the 17 MP seats up for grabs. 

The TRS has an understanding with the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) and has left the Hyderabad seat to Asaduddin Owaisi. 

Kavitha was speaking at an event in Jagtial district, where several supporters had gathered and expressed hope that after the TRS' victory in the Legislative Assembly elctions held on December 11 last year, she would win by a huge margin in the Lok Sabha polls scheduled for April 11. 

Earlier this week, speaking to reporters and responding to criticism from the Congress that the TRS was the 'B team' of the BJP, Kavitha had said, "We are not anyone's B team, we are the B-team only of the people of Telangana. TRS thinks of the next generation and not the next election."

The Nizamabad MP, who is the daughter of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, is expected to play a key role in the latter’s plan of a Federal Front; a consortium of regional parties at the Centre.

On Saturday, addressing an election rally in Karimnagar, KCR called for a 'Congress and BJP mukt Bharat' and blamed the two national parties for all the ills plaguing the country. He underlined the need for an alternative to bring qualitative change in the national politics. KCR added that he was willing to launch a national party after the Lok Sabha polls, if the need arose.

"After elections, you will see what we are capable of doing," he said.
  
At the meeting, the TRS also re-nominated sitting Karimnagar MP B Vinod Kumar, with KCR saying that if their plans of a Federal Front succeed, he would be a union minister.
 
 
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