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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to South India is not only an official tour but is considered to be politically important. The visit this time is not just for the inaugurations, but also to convey that the Bharatiya Janata Party wants to expand its reach to the south, especially in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, the party is focusing on.

Big gestures doing PM Modi’s meeting

First, if we talk about Andhra Pradesh, then even though there is Jagan Mohan Reddy’s YSRCP party at this time, but a few days ago, Modi had to meet TDP President Chandrababu Naidu, who was an NDA ally at one time, and now Janasena Party President Pawan The meeting with Kalyan indicates something else. Where slogans are being raised against Modi in Andhra that he should express his opinion on the three capitals of the state because Modi had gone to Amaravati to welcome this decision after announcing Amaravati as the capital at one time. But now the people here are not only asking for the opinion of the Center on the three capitals but are demanding fulfillment of the promises made at the time of the partition of the state. Not only this, they are also protesting against the Centre’s decision to privatize the Visakha Steel Plant.

I TRS in defensive mode
Although the promises made to Telangana at the time of the bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh were also not fulfilled, this allegation was made by K. Chandrashekhar Rao’s party is also planting TRS. The TRS is actually taking a counter-attack after seeing the BJP getting stronger in the state of Telangana. For some time now, ignoring the protocol, the Chief Minister is not going to welcome the Prime Minister once again in his state visit. Earlier, the Chief Minister sometimes pretended to have fever and sometimes said not to be present in Hyderabad. But this time he is not even making any such excuse. The leaders of his party are saying that the terminology of calling the Chief Minister on the Prime Minister’s visit to Ramgundem is not correct and that is why he has been hurt. But the point is simple, K. Next year’s election is bringing do or kill situation for Chandrashekhar Rao.

TRS either join hands with BJP or face it
BJP is making every effort to be strong in Telangana and its results are also visible. If KCR joins hands with BJP after two innings, then it will be a matter for him to reduce his position and TRS is not present anywhere other than Telangana. In such a situation, he has only two ways, either he should join hands with BJP or face it. It is believed that in order to face BJP, TRS now soon wants to come to face BJP in national politics by becoming BRS i.e. Bharat Rashtra Samiti. At the same time, this visit of Modi is like a warning for TRS and a signal to the BJP leader of Telangana to go ahead. The point is clear, the BJP has to give a signal to its cadre to “go ahead, we are with you” regarding the elections to be held in Telangana next year and next year in Andhra Pradesh with which party the BJP will contest the next elections. The gesture towards the clock is clearly visible. (Report- Surekha Abburik)

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