Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy is already in elections mood and is trying to get ready by addressing the anti-incumbency that is rising day by day.
Jagan had commissioned I-PAC to do the work and is constantly studying the surveys. The surveys suggest that at least 60-70 MLAs are facing severe anti-incumbency and may have to be changed.
Fifteen MLAs of Rayalaseema, Seven from Nellore and Prakasam, Ten from Krishna and Guntur, and almost thirty five of Uttarandhra are facing severe anti-incumbency.
Jagan gave them a chance to make amends to their image by asking them to go on Gadapa Gadapaku program. Some of them went and failed and some of them were even reluctant to go to the people.
That means the change may be imminent. Four survey agencies are working constantly to assess the ground situation and are forwarding the reports to the Chief Minister.
With elections nearing the number can swell. But then, Jagan believes his freebies will save the day for him in 2024. But Political experts say Jagan is underestimating the power of anti-incumbency on other factors.