Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu is trying to make a mark at the Centre, while his future in AP seems uncertain. Meanwhile, Telangana Chief Minister KCR, is also leaving no stone unturned to make it big in Delhi. Regarding this, he also conducted Assembly elections in Telangana long back only to concentrate better on Centre.
While KCR is keen to form a Federal Front, there was not much response for his call. So the dynamic CM is now planning to extend its support to Congress and in return KCR is expecting the national party to isolate Naidu and his TDP. Once the results get released on May 23rd, a decision on the same is expected to be taken.
As YSRCP has greater chances to win in the elections in AP and 35 Lok Sabha seats are expected to be in kitty of both TRS and YSRCP, even Jagan’s party along with TRS is confident of convincing Congress to corner TDP and thus isolate it from the national politics completely.
TRS and YSRCP are strictly against TDP and are unwilling to share the alliance with it. It should be seen whether both the parties succeed in isolating TDP from national politics and make any mark at the Centre.