Alliance with Jana Sena ast what cost, ask TDP leaders

Tue Oct 05 2021 18:42:32 GMT+0530 (IST)

A recent survey by a survey organisation that goes by the title of 'Atma Sakshi' has given a bad news to the YSRCP. It said that at least one third of the MLAs and many ministers have failed win people's confidence and support. The survey suggested that they may not win next time.



But, the same survey has given a more disconcerting news to the TDP. The survey said that none of the 23 MLAs of the TDP, including party chief Chandrababu Naidu have a negative feedback from the people and that they may not win the next time. Now, how to overcome the anti-incumbency? According to the TDP thinking heads, the best way to beat the anti-incumbency is by joining hands with the Jana Sena.

But, the biggest problem for the TDP is that the Jana Sena of today is not the Jana Sena of 2014. In 2014, the Jana Sena gave unconditional support to the TDP and did not demand even a single ticket for itself. But, today it is a changed party. It wants the TDP to give it a fair share of tickets. The Jana Sena might demand considerable number of seats in both East and West Godavari districts.

Will Chandrababu be ready to give the Jana Sena at least 40 t 50 seats? What if Pawan Kalyan demands more seats?  Which TDP leaders will have to make the sacrifice for the sake of the alliance? The TDP leaders from both the districts are already debating as to which seats may have to be sacrificed for the Jana Sena?