Thota Chandrasekhar: KCR’s ambition for a significant national political presence faced a setback as BRS lost power in Telangana. Despite initial plans to extend into Andhra Pradesh, KCR is now redirecting efforts to salvage the situation in Telangana and brace for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The expansion into AP seems increasingly uncertain as BRS AP president Thota Chandrasekhar is reportedly on the verge of leaving the party, engaging with JSP leaders.
Originally slated to contest in AP, Thota Chandrasekhar is now contemplating a shift to JSP. A potential announcement of his decision is anticipated on February 4th. Notably, his recent meeting with Chiranjeevi, following the latter’s Padma Vibhushan win, is speculated to have included discussions about his political move. Thota is eyeing the Guntur West constituency, although the confirmation of securing the ticket remains uncertain.
The landscape for BRS in Andhra Pradesh appears bleak, with notable leaders like Ravel Kishore Babu already aligning with YCP, and Thota considering a move to JSP. The party’s prospects in AP seem to be dwindling, with key leaders exploring alternative political affiliations. The coming days will unveil whether Thota’s anticipated move to JSP materializes and if it will mark a significant shift in the political dynamics of Andhra Pradesh.
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