Is the ruling YSRCP looking for an alliance..? Did Chief Minister Jagan find bonhomie in BJP-led NDA..? Did BJP’s rift with TDP with turn an advantage for YSRCP..?
Yes, is the answer derived from a majority of political analysis and debates followed by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Jagan’s sudden Delhi visit on Tuesday. It was not more than 15 days that the YSRCP supremo paid a visit to Delhi to meet the main pawns of the central government, Jagan rushing to yet again gave space for the alliance-speculations.
Sources at Delhi has it that the regional party from Andhra Pradesh could join the Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance over which the CM was asked to rush to Delhi to meet the high command. As per the inside information accessed by VDP Associates, a data-analytics firm involved in election surveys, BJP has reportedly offered 2 cabinet and 1 Minister of State (Independent) to YSRCP.
It can be noted that YSRCP has been supporting every decision of the Modi government both in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha hinting upon the alliance anytime soon. If this is believed to be true, Pawan Kalyan-led JanaSena which recently joined hands with BJP will discursively turn allies with YSRCP which would be a win-win situation for all.