Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said that meeting with Telangana CM KCR was about national politics. KCR visited few temples in Kerala on Tuesday and then he met CM Vijayan. Post this meet, Vijayan spoke to the media and briefed the details of their discussion.
"A new government is likely to form in New Delhi which would be secular that follows federal system. My government will extend support to any government that backs the development of Kerala state," said Vijayan and then added that meeting with KCR is highly significant. But the Kerala CM denied any discussion about the next Prime Minister.
While Vijayan's statements say that Kerala government might consider KCR's Federal Front, here the CPI(M) Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy said, KCR can't be trusted as the TRS chief constantly changes statements and decision based on the political equations. Suravaram also said Vijayan is a politburo member of CPI(M) and ultimately the party has to take the final decision.