HYDERABAD: Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao, who has been camping in Delhi since February 28, flew to Ranchi and visited his Jharkhand counterpart Hemanth Soren on Friday.

While speaking to the media along with Soren after their meeting, Rao said no ‘front’ of political parties had been formed so far. “Some people say I am forming an anti-BJP or anti-Congress front. Some others say third front, fourth front. This is not an anti-BJP or anti-Congress front, no front has been formed so far, but what will be made, you will see in the coming days,” Rao said.

“This cannot be decided by one or two people. We will all meet shortly and decide what needs to be done in this regard. We have just begun and what will turn out, whether a front or something else, will be decided later,” Rao said.

Chandrashekar Rao was accompanied by his wife Shobha, daughter and MLC K. Kavitha, former MP B. Vinod Kumar, Rajya Sabha member J. Santosh Kumar and tourism minister V. Srinivas Goud. Chandrashekar Rao also met Shibu Soren, father of Hemanth Soren, and president of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM).