With the resignation of TDP MLA Vallabaneni Vamsi, by-elections became inevitable turning as the focal point of Andhra Pradesh politics. While TDP and YSRCP have been the two main parties in the fray, shocking everyone the trusted sources revealed that JanaSena is also moving cards to contest. Pawan Kalyan who is taking the stand against the sand policy has sent the signal to the party cadre that he wants JanaSena to contest in Gannavaram constituency. However, it is not clear if the party chief who faced humiliation in both Gajuwaka and Bhimavaram Assembly constituencies wants to contest himself.
Breaking down, TDP has already lost the hope with the resignation, while YSRCP candidate Yarlagadda Venkat Rao who had lost in the hands of Vamsi with 838 votes has got more chances to take the constituency. However, Jagan-led government’s stand on sand policy, Capital Amaravati, and a few other consequences have brought in fiction which might turn against YSRCP in the by-polls. The above might turn into fetching points for JanaSena which is emerging as a crucial party in the state.