Nara Chandrababu Naidu, the chief of the opposition party in Andhra Pradesh, the Telugu Desam Party, and the former Chief Minister of the state, who served as the CM of united AP as well, several times, is one of the most experienced and veteran politicians in the country. He has achieved many milestones in his career and is known for his developmental works in Hyderabad.
With such experience behind him, one would naturally wonder whether his predictions would come true or not in a political situation, especially as troubled as it currently is in AP. He has been reiterating for quite some time now that he strongly believes that there would be early elections in AP way before 2024 and has even been asking his party members to get ready for the same, publicly too.
Chandrababu has recently reiterated this sentiment, saying that the anti-incumbent feelings in AP are on the rise and that the AP government, led by the YSRCP, would definitely want to go in for early elections as soon as they can, considering that Jagan is currently touring the state. It is now to be seen how true Chandrababu’s predictions will be, and if they are, what the end result of that would be.