Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao returned to Hyderabad today after a week-long visit to New Delhi.
The Chief Minister left for New Delhi on Monday night, and since then he had been meeting several people at his official residence on Tughlaq Road as part of his efforts to forge a platform to, as he terms it, "bring a qualitative change in national politics".
As part of that, he held discussions with several opposition leaders, including Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav.
KCR called on Yadav and spent more than two hours discussing national politics as also issues of public concern with him.
The duo had met earlier on May 21 too in the national capital.
During his Delhi visit, the Chief Minister had also reportedly guided the TRS MPs who have been fighting against the Centre's "anti-people policies" in Parliament.
The CM also reportedly guided the top officials from the State into pursuing issues pertaining to the State with various departments in the union government.