60 YSRCP MLAs In Touch With TDPTelugu Desam Party is on a high ever since the massive success of Mahanadu in Ongole.

Also, there are signs of anti-incumbency in the government in all sections.

CM Jagan brought out a mass outreach program, Gadapa Gadapaku Mana Prabhutvam indicating that the Chief Minister is in the mood for early elections.

Meanwhile, TDP MLC dropped a bomb on the ruling party.

“The official statistics of Gadapa Gadapaku revealed by the CM himself indicates that MLAs are not following Jagan or Jagan lost grip on the party. We have seen not even five persons in a room of 500 clapping when Jagan was saying about winning 175 seats,” Deepak Reddy said.

“At least 45-60 MLAs are in the mood of revolting against YSR Congress and are looking at TDP. Jagan brought up Gadapa Gadapaku so as to divert them by taking them into the people,” Deepak Reddy added.

On the other side, TDP is under an impression that Jagan may dissolve the assembly in November and ensure that elections happen in March next year. That is one year earlier than the completion of his tenure.