If the reports are to be believed, the Telangana government has called off the services of 120 buses in the state, as Andhra voters are willing to travel to their places for the voting in assembly and Lok Sabha elections in Andhra Pradesh.
If one can analyse the reason behind Telangana Chief Minister KCR stopping the buses, what would it be? The experts opine that, KCR is desperately eyeing on Prime Minister’s chair and for this, he is planning to dethrone Chandrababu Naidu from Chief Minister’s position and planning to replace it with YSRCP Chief Jagan Mohan Reddy, expecting him to support for his PM’s ambition.
If this is the case, how will it be useful if he stops Andhra voters in Telangana from going to their places? Is it because KCR thinks there are several voters in Telangana who support to Chandrababu Naidu or he feels the TDP has an edge over YSRCP and is so trying to stop the voters?
If KCR is really involved in the buses issue, it obviously means that the dynamic CM is pretty confident about Naidu’s victory in the elections. This would indeed send good signals to the TDP and increase its political prospects, the analysts opine.
The recent assembly elections in Telangana have proved that even the Andhra dominated places are in favor of the TRS party. At this point of time, if KCR attempts the acts like stopping the buses, it would only create the regional differences among the Telugu states and worsen the situation of the TRS party.
Adding to it, during the Lok Sabha elections in Telangana, there is no logic in retaining the Andhra voters in the state. It will only be considered as a sadism of the Telangana officials, the experts clarify. The Andhra voters meanwhile are planning alternate ways to travel to Andhra, by spending a lot of money on the private travels.