TRS leader K T Rama Rao said his party was yet to decide on the issue of campaigning for the YSR Congress Party in Andhra Pradesh.
"We have friends across the political spectrum and we are not particularly friendly with just one political party or the other. They become our opponents when they are fighting against us....Jaganmohan Reddy and his party is also fighting a tough battle in Andhra Pradesh. We wish them well. Let the dust settle here.Why rush into so many things at once," Rama Rao, son of TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao, said when asked if they would campaign for Reddy in the 2019 polls.
The TRS president sarcastically had said he would offer "return gift" to Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu by entering AP politics. The Congress and TDP had cobbled together the People's Front which also comprised the TJS and CPI, to take on the TRS, but came a cropper in the elections.
Thanking the people of Telangana for the TRS victory, Rama Rao said the poll results established a fact that there was space for "non-Congress and non-BJP political spectrum."
"The intent is to change the narrative in Delhi. The intent is to show the world that non-BJP and non-Congress formation can also work," he said.