After boss priest K Chandrashekar Rao disintegrated the Assembly proclaiming early decisions in Telangana, everyone’s eyes are on the Congress and the TDP.
The decision TRS, and the voters, are interested about what these two resistance gatherings may do to go up against the might of KCR’s gathering in the races liable to be held before the current year’s over.
In 2014, KCR rode to control on particular Telangana state board by crushing the Congress which really made the state and the TDP which looked after lack of bias.
KCR, the “saint” of Telangana, is currently confronting new difficulties. Over the most recent four years and four months he has conveyed on a considerable lot of his survey guarantees and attempted to extend himself as the sole gatekeeper of Telangana individuals.
In his press meet after the disintegration of the Assembly, he coordinated the assault towards the Congress and its leader Rahul Gandhi considering him the greatest jokester in India. His nearby assistants guarantee that KCR realizes that his solitary adversary in this race is the Congress. Since over the most recent four years he has deliberately crushed two other restriction parties – the TDP and the YSRCP, along these lines making the state governmental issues bipolar.
As indicated by political examiners, it is possible that it will assist the TRS with sweeping the state or a straight battle may reverse discharge. The Congress and the TDP, one time chief opponents, are wanting to mount a joint assault on the TRS, say examiners.
Rahul Gandhi and TDP boss N Chandrababu Naidu met at the swearing in of Karnataka boss clergyman H D Kumaraswamy in Bengaluru last May. Furthermore, they appear to have understood that meeting up in both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana causes them to beat the YSRCP and the TRS separately.
After the production of Telangana, the Congress has been wiped off from the guide of AP and has under 5% vote share in its once stronghold. Despite the fact that the Congress went that additional mile to make another state losing whole AP, the to a great degree shrewd KCR outflanked them in Telangana in 2014.
The Congress, with its exhausted stash, has started the discussions with the TDP. As indicated by nearby Congress pioneers, a few rounds of mystery talks have occurred with the TDP, Telangana Joint Action Committee (TJAC) executive Professor Kodandaram’s recently established Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS), the CPI, the CPM, the BSP and the Bahujan Left Front (BLF) to overcome the TRS under one flag.
They feel that an assembled restriction driven by the Congress under its leader N Uttam Kumar Reddy may make the races extreme for KCR.
In 2014, the TRS won 63 situates in the 119-part state Assembly. The Congress won 21, the TDP 15, the BSP 2 and the Left gatherings 2 situates separately. Together they won 40 seats. Thirteen of the TDP MLAs abandoned to the opposite side over the most recent four years. The Congress excessively lost about six MLAs to the TRS. In any case, both the Congress and the TDP keep up that the gathering vote bank is flawless and they will again vote in favor of them.
“It was multi-corner battle in 2014 that helped KCR to win. The resistance vote got partitioned among about six gatherings. In the event that they meet up, they can truly set up a major battle. For both the Congress and the TDP, it is an issue of survival. They may meet up,” said Dr M V Mysura Reddy, previous AP home clergyman and a veteran of joined AP governmental issues.
The Congress and the TDP strategists believe that previous will get a major lump of upper position Reddy, SC/ST and minority votes and the TDP can get a considerable number of its center OBC votes.
The TDP is principally known as a gathering of the retrogressive classes and its pioneers assert that the TDP has 7% to 25% vote share in around 40 Assembly situates in Telangana.
While KCR is the main pioneer of the decision TRS, the restriction parties have a variety of pioneers – both nearby and national.
Both the Congress and the TDP likewise need to render retribution on KCR for two distinct reasons. The TRS saw a rebel against Chandrababu Naidu by his own particular gathering man KCR in 2000 which at long last isolated the state into two. What’s more, the Congress which made Telangana, trusting that KCR would be with them, felt sold out and anxious to turn the tables on him.
Disregarding all these, KCR might just stage a rebound. Since he is as yet the most prevalent and ground-breaking pioneer in Telangana. Furthermore, the “joined together” resistance does not appear to have the fortitude and procedure to take the ‘Pink Party’.