With the Telangana bill likely to be tabled in the Parliament during the winter session commencing on December 5, Telangana Raashtra Samithi (TRS) president K Chandrasekhar Rao is expected to land in Delhi on December 3. Sources say he will be camping in Delhi determinedly to make sure he handles back channel strategies till the bill is passed.
TRS leaders reportedly said that apart from taking part in the Parliament session, KCR will be meeting leaders of the national parties in order to drum up support for the T-bill. Despite the Centre appearing to be sincere on tabling the Telangana bill in Parliament, sources say that KCR doesn’t want to take any chances at this crucial juncture.
Along with MPs G Vivekananada, Manda Jaganatham, and party senior leaders B Vinod Kumar, Etala Rajender and K Taraka Rama Rao are also expected to leave for Delhi along with the TRS chief. Sources say that his Delhi visit is aimed at pre-empting the possible attempts of the Seemandhra leaders to sabotage the state assembly session expected to take place after the President sends the draft bill on Telangana to the House.