A series of mishaps…controversial G.Os..and now the infamous ‘three capital’ proposal. Is Jagan-led government losing the trust of the citizens who voted his party to the Chief Minister office? According to many of the political analysts, Jagan and his team are discursively fathoming enough friction with a series of his decisions. Though the decisions received the applause of sorts from a section of intellects, it eventually ended up many of his voters turning against his governance. This, however, left the Oppositions to take a cue of the events, including BJP which has been on serious trails to strengthen its base in Telugu states.
“What is the central government doing while the state is on doldrums?” Has been the main question darted by many of the protesting women in Amaravati region. While a few of the intellects opined that centre ought to have no interference with state government’s decision over capital, BJP Rajya Sabha member YS Chowdary dropped a news that centre is waiting for the right time. The BJP leader who toured Amaravati on Sunday spilled the beans after speaking to the farmers who have been protesting against the proposed move for over 13 days. “The Centre will not sit quietly. Centre knows the rights and constraints it has. Our leaders will take right action in right time,” he said. In the wake of state government constituting a High Power committee over the capital issue, Sujana’s comments took significance. Did he just voice the centre government’s plans? Did the Modi-Shah have something big against Jagan’s master plan?
In the most-waited cabinet meet in which the government was declared to take a firm stand on capital, Jagan & his team have however snubbed the decision and has designated another committee. They have also stated that a CBI enquiry would be probed into insider trading in Amaravati lands. The state government also stated that it would take the inputs from the central government regarding the probe. This is where the bone of contention is! Amidst Sujata’s comments that he had a talk with the supremo who assured justice for Amaravati farmers, will centre cooperate with Jagan remained suspense. It has been so far so clear that the power duo is waiting for the time to hit back Jagan’s capital plans and bank the credit.