After a long struggle since inception, a party winning the elections will no doubt fill the cadre, fans and followers with new energy. with passing time it is quite common that the party cadre and the supremo will have some minor differences, this would be more if the party is a new one which has more of young blood. But what if the differences lead the party into ambiguity which further results in simmering discontent?
With a series of fresh revelations, ruling YSRCP is rumoured to face the above scenario in recent times. Trusted sources in the party revealed that the CM is now facing rife criticism from his own cadre. While a few of the active activists in the party blame it on the adamant behaviour of the young Chief Minister, a section of political analysts blame it on the bureaucrat and certain senior leaders for misleading the governance. Summing it up, the ruling party is blistering with discontent over the recent decisions taken by the government. There are instances where a few of the ministers belonging to the CM’s community openly stated that the CM’s brisk decision-taking attitude would soon end him up in dire consequences.
Adding fuel to this scenario the recent ‘three-capital’ announcement made by the Chief Minister in the state assembly triggered protests in the capital region pushing the local MLAs and leaders into further troubles. While a few of the senior leaders openly supported Jagan’s decision to decentralise administration, many of the leaders and ministers remained tight-lipped restraining themselves from unnecessary criticism. Mangalagiri YSRCP MLA Alla Rama Krishna Reddy is one of such leaders who went off the public light after the announcement. Developing the town which is one of the integral parts of the capital region had been one of the poll promises catalysing the victory of RK. But the leader who needs to be answerable, went missing which forced the local farmers to file a missing complaint at the local police station. As this is just an example, a series of CM’s decisions are by default leaving the leaders answerable thereby causing a rift between ministers and their supremo. If this is believed to be true, the Chief Minister and the ruling party chief should soon roll up his sleeves to bring the administration on track.