KCR and Kejriwal skip Mamata's Presidential poll huddle
All of the opposition parties have agreed to adopt a common candidate ahead of the presidential election on July 18th. TRS Chief K. Chandrashekar Rao and AAP Convener Arvind Kejriwal, on the other hand, have opted to skip the meeting convened by Trinamool Congress supremo and Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee at the Constitution Club in New Delhi. Other parties such as the YSRCP, BJD, and Akali Dal did not show up for the meeting.
Left-wing groups, on the other hand, have proposed Gopal Krishna Gandhi, Gandhi's grandson, as a presidential candidate. Sharad Pawar, the President of the National Congress Party, has declined to run for President. The TRS and AAP's move has allegedly exposed more fissures in the opposition, which will be a major benefit for the BJP in the polls.