Professor Kodandaram is likely to head the Common Minimum Program of Mahakutami. Earlier there were several rumours about from where Kodandaram will be contesting but then, now they say he may not contest the elections and instead may campaign for Mahakutami across all the constituencies in the state.
But then, the pressure is on Kodandaram from within the party to contest as they want him to represent the party in the Assembly. Earlier TRS Government successfully overrode the Opposition in the house and so, the party leaders want Kodandaram to be in the house as he will be handy to muzzle the government even if TRS wins.
If at Kodandaram contests, he may be in fray in Mancherial, Warangal West, Ramagundam or Janagama. Once the seat sharing is complete between the parties of Mahakutami, there will be some clarity about Kodandaram. Telangana Jana Samiti is seeking a minimum of 15 seats in Mahakutami but Congress is not keen on giving more than five.
Kodandaram is also of the opinion to adjust a bit so as not to allow the anti-government vote to divide. Congress wants to contest in a minimum of 85-90 seats and that means the remaining parties – TDP, TJS and CPI may have to satisfy with the rest of the leftover 29-34 seatsDon't MissTrailer Talk: Flat – But to The PointThe theatrical trailer of the second part of the Nandamuri Taraka Ramarao biopic, Mahanayakudu is...Don't MissJagan Treads Carefully on Jump JilanisMain Opposition Party, YSR Congress is seeing a mass exodus of TDP leaders in the...Don't MissWill Allu Arjun Lend a Chance to the Poor Girl?The hype that the wink created for Priya Prakash Varrier has unfortunately become a great...Don't MissPic Talk: Can Bae Watch Be This Hot?This former Femina Miss India contest's contestant for 2012 has been making quite a number...Don't MissViral: Naidu Fans Counter to RGVWe all know how RGV made use of his favorite and the strongest weapon, Social...