BJP slowly started targeting the YSR Congress Party. BJP State President Kanna Lakshminarayana and National General Secretary Ram Madhav are aiming guns at Jagan’s administration. On the other side, the Saffron Party is trying to kill the Telugu Desam Party poaching the party’s leaders.
BJP lacks a credible face and a mass leader in both the Telugu States. We are told that the party is seriously considering to ally with Pawan Kalyan’s Janasena to fill the void. Special Status is the only issue which burned the bridges between BJP and Janasena in the last elections.
But after the elections, we have seen Pawan Kalyan saying that Special Status issue does not have the support of the people, unlike the Telangana issue. He also added that Janasena will fight for it if the people really have the burning desire. With all the political parties in the state letting go of the issue, in no time, BJP may become touchable in Andhra Pradesh.
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