It is learned that KCR is planning to enter national politics under the direction of Prashant Kishore, who is working as a TRS political strategist. Political analysts say that PK’s recent interview with a nationalist is proof of this. PK said in the interview that it was not difficult to defeat the BJP and that it was difficult to defeat the BJP and not the Congress.
Political observers are analyzing this from many angles. In 200 Lok Sabha seats, BJP and Congress are facing each other. They say the BJP’s understanding of his strategy behind PK’s statement is that the BJP can be prevented from coming to power if the opposition parties reach a strategic agreement in the coming Lok Sabha elections. Political observers say the BJP is weak in southern states like Bengal Tamil Nadu AP Telangana Karnataka while regional parties Congress and its allies are strong there. It is in this context that Prashant Kishore, who is working as a TRS political strategist, says that KCR wants to play a key role in national politics under his direction. PK said this shamelessly in one of his recent interviews.
Congress has the political power to confront the BJP across the country. Congress is financially weak. Political analysts say PK’s strategy is to prevent the BJP from coming to power for a third term if it can provide financial support to the Congress party and the regional parties that oppose BJP in their respective states, They say PK also thinks KCR can do the job.
On the one hand, there is a strong suspicion in political circles that the war between the BJP and the TRS is a real war or a real war. However, political observers say PK’s interview is important in light of the possible changes in national politics following the Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh and four other states. If this is the case, it will not be a big problem for KCR, which wants to spin the wheel in national politics, to fund 200 seats at the rate of Rs 30 crore per Lok Sabha seat. Political analysts say PK also feels that this is not a big deal in KCR’s eyes. He recalled that PK had given the interview with the idea that it would not be a big issue for KCR, which had given itself Rs 200 crore as a strategist, to spin the wheel in national politics. They suspect that PK may have given the interview after discussing national politics with KCR.
In this context, political observers say, the state leadership, along with the BJP national leadership, needs to reconsider whether to increase KCR aggression. First, it must be strengthened in Telangana as a whole. They say the differences between the internal leadership need to be addressed in other issues. It is being said that the BJP will get the real benefit from the landslide.
Funding to turn the wheel in national politics is not a big problem for KCR. If this happens, the BJP, which is all set to come to power in Telangana, is said to be in danger of losing power at the national level. That is why political analysts say that the BJP leadership is more likely to focus on solving the problems that are internal to the integrated structure than on the aggression of the KCR. It says that leadership seems to be thinking.
Only then does the BJP’s top leaders seem to think that KCR can be stopped from providing funding to turn the wheel in national politics, or else the party’s top leadership thinks that whatever comes to power in Telangana is in danger of coming to power at the Center. That is why political analysts say the BJP is likely to change its strategy in Telangana.