BJP: Is that why BJP is contesting alone in AP?
That is why the BJP has decided to fight alone. But it remains to be seen what kind of change will come in the BJP high command with Chandrababu's visit.
BJP: AP politics is not ending for anyone. YSP is the ruling party. TDP and Janasena joined forces as opposition. The national parties are Congress, BJP and the Left. Compared to regional parties, the presence of national parties is limited. But it is noteworthy that the three regional parties in the state are trying to be friends with the ruling BJP at the centre. In this, YCP does not want to meet directly with BJP. Both parties have mutual understanding in terms of political interests. On the other hand, TDP and Janasena are confident that BJP will come together with them. But that level of positivity is not coming from BJP.
On the other hand, TDP leader Chandrababu got a call from Delhi. He will go to Delhi tomorrow. Along with Amit Shah, he will meet JP Nadda. But it is already being spread that BJP has decided to fight alone. It is reported that the BJP has conducted a survey in the state and it has come to a conclusion that it is not good to go with the TDP and the Jana Sena. On the other hand, it is reported that the national leaders of BJP have made it clear to the state leadership that TDP will not get as many seats as asked for.. One or two MP seats and less than ten assembly seats.
It is reported that there is increasing pressure on Pawan to leave Chandrababu. As part of the pressure, it is being spread that Jana Sena is likely to get 30 seats from Patika. That is why BJP is trying to convince Pawan. BJP high command officials believe that if BJP and Jana Sena contest together, they will win about 25 to 30 seats. But Pawan had a different idea. Pawan feels that if BJP and Jana Sena contest by leaving TDP, it will be impossible for them to win.. It will ultimately benefit YCP. That is why the BJP has decided to fight alone. But it remains to be seen what kind of change will come in the BJP high command with Chandrababu's visit.