The Telugu States may see a high voltage political war soon predicts political pundits and many politicians. The readon is the new entries in the political scenario and fast changong political equations.

The two Telugu States’ politics appear to be changing in an odd way. The situation with alliances is still unclear. The crucial question is who is aiding who.

At first, it was said that the pink party urged Sharmila to start her padayatra in order to assist divide the anti-incumbency votes. But because her padayatra did not draw the usual level of attention, KCR appears to have thought it was a missed missile.

After more than four years, TDP national president N Chandrababu Naidu addressed a sizable public gathering in Khammam, which sparked a lot of curiosity. It is important to note that he did not criticise the BRS or its policies in this instance. He solely mentioned the things he had accomplished for Telangana, especially the growth of Hyderabad. Additionally, he has finalised the agenda for a number of public meetings in various parts of Telangana to be culminated with a massive public meeting at Parade Grounds in Hyderabad. Barring few ‘namke vaste’ comments by the second rung leaders of BRS, no one opposed it.

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Similar to how neither Pawan nor Naidu had fought against BRS’s arrival into Andhra Pradesh. The comment Pawan made following their latest meeting in Hyderabad was equally important. Pawan hailed the BRS, and Naidu recalled how the TDP formed a coalition with the TRS in 2009 before eventually running independently. According to political circumstances, anyone can form an alliance with anyone, he remarked.

What part would BRS play in AP and whose votes would it affect are the current open questions. The BRS is attempting to influence BCs and Kapus. These sections supported the YSRCP at the 2019 elections. The YSRCP believes that Jagan will benefit from BRS’s participation because it will divide anti-incumbency votes, but if BRS focuses on Kapu and BC votes, it could affect the YSRCP vote bank, analysts say.

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The role of the BJP is another subject that is complicated in Andhra Pradesh. While it is obvious that the saffron party and the pink party would be fighting this time in Telangana, the saffron party appears to be travelling on two boats in Andhra Pradesh.

On the one hand, they want to form an alliance with Pawan, but on the other, they don’t oppose the BJP in the same way that Bandi Sanjay does in Telangana. There is growing dissension inside the AP BJP, which is a divided party. There are claims that Somu Veerraju, the state’s BJP president, has a soft spot for the YSRCP and does not represent all BJP factions.

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Pawan Kalyan, the leader of Jana Sena, has begun re-enlarging his relationship with TDP after realising that sailing with the BJP may not be advantageous. It appears that neither the TDP nor Jana Sena are willing to publicly acknowledge the covert agreement they came to as a part of a political ploy to keep the ruling party guessing.

At the grassroots level, Jana Sena and TDP officials and members have already begun agitating for Pawan and Naidu to work together. They believe that the ruling party’s cadres will use greater violence in the days to come, so uniting all opposition to the YSRCP forces is urgently needed.

As Uttarayan gets underway at the end of January, the weather will become less cloudy, and the battle lines will likely be set in the political arena as well. #Khabarlive #hydnews #hydlive #hyderabadlive