- Is BJP the alternative?
- Is it profitable for KCR? or Loss?
- Is this a conspiracy to split Congress votes?
- Want to hop between parties?
- Who benefits from splitting votes?
It is difficult to say when that will happen in politics. There are many who have grown into an irreversible force and fallen into the abyss. Currently, the TRS situation is being touted as being in that direction. If not, political analysts say, KCR is pursuing strategies to keep himself and his party from going downhill. They say that the BJP is an alternative for us and that the constant harassment of party leaders is also part of that plan. Is BJP really an alternative to TRS? Or .. is it intended to weaken Congress? Analysts are raising many questions in the light of the latest developments.
For a few days, KCR, KTR, and Harish put a big responsibility on their heads. The BJP is being touted by its party leaders as an alternative. They said that they surveyed and discovered that Congress is weak and can’t even compete. Many times when the debate over what is the strategy behind preaching is going on loudly in the political circles, many things are coming to the fore. Some say that KCR thinks that secularists, Muslims, Christians, and minorities will vote for TRS as one side by campaigning for BJP to come to power. Congress has a traditional vote bank in all constituencies across the state. If the TRS cash in on the growing opposition to the government day by day, that party is more likely to come to power. Others argue that the BJP does not have that chance.
The BJP does not have the traditional vote bank that Congress has across the state. Analysts say that KCR’s big idea is to win if the votes are split between more than three parties. In politics, numbers are always confusing and unexpected. Even the smartest politicians are reminded that there are many instances where such calculations are made and turned upside down. KCR thinks that if BJP is uplifted, it will come together politically, but they are warning that it could also be the reverse. The BJP pickup however risks splitting the votes of TRS. Analysts say that if the TRS split shifts to the BJP without splitting the traditional Congress vote, it is the TRS that would suffer a lot.
The TRS party is already overloaded with too many people. Those who think they have no political future in the TRS are preparing to go into those parties depending on the situation in their respective districts. However, analysts say that TRS leaders in the majority districts are leaning towards the Congress, is trying to convince them that the BJP is an alternative. They say that this is a ploy to confuse those who look towards Congress. According to KTR, the BJP is an alternative to the Congress with the Khammam district leader who met him recently. KTR was quoted saying that the party leaders are in touch with him and will join the party soon. Analysts say that KCR is trying to convey that if someone ever changes the party, the party they will join would not be BJP but the Congress.
Political analysts say that KTR is trying to say that there is no life for the Congress party by saying that some Congress leaders are working in his direction. On the one hand, they are running covert politics in Congress, and on the other hand, they are expecting KCR to return to power for political gain by raising the BJP. However, he should acknowledge that their numbers were not enough to win. It is being rumored that Prashant Kishore has already been appointed as a political strategist and a deal worth Rs 300 crore has been struck. In the coming days, KCR will make more moves in his direction. There is also a debate going on in the political circles as to whether they will work out or not.