Andhra Pradesh is gearing up for the general elections which are two years away from now. Looking at the ongoing developments, we can expect the polls to be interesting. More than who will win the polls, which parties would join hands to take on the YSRCP is a bigger question in the state now.
While BJP and Janasena are already in alliance, experts say that there is a possibility of TDP and Janasena might join hands again. Adding fuel to this opinion, both parties are giving indirectly hints at the same.
Telugu Desam Party chief Nara Chandrababu Naidu who is on a tour in North Andhra took part in a party meeting with the party leaders and cadre. Addressing them, Chandrababu said that there is a need for the opposition parties should come under one roof and TDP is ready is lead the force.
As allying with other parties would result in TDP sacrificing a few seats for the other parties, Chandrababu Naidu made indirect hints at the same. He gave a call for the leaders to be ready to make sacrifices.
His comments made many believe that CBN is very much interested in joining hands with other parts. It is interesting to see if the other parties would join TDP or not. Winning the polls is a key for TDP and Janasena both. While TDP wants to prove that it is a worthy party again, Janasena is aiming to create its impact on the polls.