BJP: Following much deliberation, the Andhra Pradesh BJP determined that supporting the TDP-JSP alliance is the best course of action for the party in the 2024 AP elections. However, Vishnu Vardhan Reddy, the vice president of the AP BJP, made this unrealistic demand, saying that his party would only consider joining the alliance if they were granted 75 MLA and 12 MP seats. The BJP won 0 MLA/MP seats in 2019.
However, according to recent reports, Chandra Babu Naidu may have given the BJP a reality check. After lowering its expectations, the party is currently in the range of 9 MLA tickets and 5 MP tickets.
This modification ought to have occurred after the AP Bharatiya Janata Party contacted Chandra Babu Naidu and Pawan Kalyan to explore the possibility of an alliance.
As a seasoned politician, Naidu ought to have given the BJP the message about seat sharing with clarity. The Bharatiya Janata Party now only has 9 MLAs and 5 MPs, effectively down from 75 MLAs and 12 MPs. This is a plan that makes more sense. Today, the AP Bharatiya Janata Party will meet with its core cadre and make a decision regarding the seat-sharing plan. With the BJP’s number in hand, the TDP may now try to reach a consensus and move forward with the TDP-JSP-BJP alliance.
In an attempt to make a comeback, the alliance parties from the 2014 elections are getting ready to face Jagan Mohan Reddy, their common opponent from ten years ago. Will the alliance win in 2024, as it did in the past, or will Jagan exact revenge on the trio in 2024? let’s see!