Jagadish predicts Coalition Govt at Centre after polls

Hyderabad: Education Minister G Jagadish Reddy today said coalition government will be formed at the Centre with the TRS playing a key role.
The minister accompanied Dr Boora Narsaiah Goud while filing his nomination for MP seat in Yadadri Bhongir Lok Sabha constituency. On the occasion, the minister said the BJP will miss the bus and there was also no chance for the Congress winning elections. Both of the national parties will not be in a position to win the polls and the alternative Federal Front will come to power at the Centre, he said.

Jagadish Reddy reiterated that the TRS will win 16 MP seats and will ensure that a coalition government of regional parties will be in the saddle. TRS supremo and Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao will be playing a significant role in national politics this time, he felt. Reminding that leaders with just nine MP seats have become Prime Ministers, the minister said the TRS was holding talks with the non-Congress and non-BJP parties for the future government, he said. The regional parties will go together to form a coalition at the Centre, Jagadish Reddy said.

Boora Narasiah Goud said he took an initiative for introducing 11 bills in Parliament. “Besides taking steps for community professions and their development, we have implemented welfare schemes, he said. I am ready for talks with Komatireddy brothers on the development of the segment. Venkat Reddy failed to achieve a fruit market despite being MLA for 20 years”, he ridiculed. He also alleged that the Congress leaders had failed to take steps for development of Nalgonda, which did not grow to corporation level, he added.