AIMIM chief and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi on Sunday said that a third front comprising non-BJP and non-Congress parties was the need of the hour for the 2019 elections and that chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao could make this happen.

“Though we opposed K Chandrasekhar Rao, we have seen that he has achieved Telangana state. We realize that he has the political sagacity to bring together all regional parties to play a crucial role in the next government formation at the Centre,” he said.

Reacting to the March 3 statement by Chandrasekhar Rao that there is a political vacuum in the country, Owaisi said this vacuum could be filled by the initiative that the Telangana chief minister. “It will certainly be an important role, both pre-election and post-election,” he said.

Asked at a press conference whether KCR would be a Prime Ministerial candidate, Asaduddin Owaisi said the talk had just begun about all regional parties coming together and that this question should not arise now.KCR on Saturday had made a strong statement that he would play a role in national politics. “What prevents us? Are we not capable?” he had said. “Can’t I speak English and Hindi like they do? I will make allof you proud,” he told reporters.

Through his qualitative governance, KCR has shown what can be done. He definitely has our support and he can make the third front happen. He has proved all pessimists wrong with the qualitative rule that he has provided,” he said.

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