Along with the BJP general elections, the AP assembly elections will also be held. That is why TDP hopes to regain lost political influence by going with BJP.
BJP: BJP's strength in AP is limited. It is a known truth. But that party is particularly influential in AP. With power at the centre, it is playing a double game with all political parties. It is doing politics with the needs of political parties.Though it is not strong in AP, it has taken control of the situation here. In the current situation, no political party in AP is opposing BJP. While Telugu Desam, YCP and Jana Sena want BJP's friendship, Congress and Left parties are against it. Three regional parties are rooting for the BJP.
Along with the general elections, the AP assembly elections will also be held. That is why TDP hopes to regain lost political influence by going with BJP. And YCP is also giving assurance to BJP that it will be a more reliable friend than TDP. Janasena still says that it is a partner of NDA. So far, TDP has not said a single word publicly about alliances with BJP. He did not respond to the matter of joining the NDA. Once in the past, Chandrababu went to Delhi and met with Amit Shah and Nadda. Now once again went to Delhi and met them. But none of the parties responded to what was discussed. They are doing their work.
There are analyzes that the BJP will come to power for the third time at the Centre. There are similar conditions. BJP is taking this as an advantage. They are doing politics in AP which has no real strength. Chandrababu is expected to form an alliance as it is clear that NDA will come to power once again. They are looking for re-entry into NDA. Whether the meeting with Chandrababu is over or not.. Jagan is in Delhi. However, there are suspicions that the top leaders of BJP are trying to create some kind of confusion in the matter of AP by calling Chandrababu and discussing with Jagan. It is clear that BJP is trying to turn the entire politics of AP. It is remarkable that BJP, which got less votes than NOTA in the last election, is politically choking YCP and TDP, which have more than 40 percent votes. Analysts are of the opinion that this is real politics.