The other day BJP leaders from state, from both Telanana and Seemandhra region have left to Delhi to meet party high command. In a surprising manner, only Seemandhra BJP leaders have got the appointment of Rajnath Singh and Sushma Swaraj, but Telangana leaders are not given a chance. So where is BJP heading now about AP?
Senior BJP leaders from Andhra already made it clear that only if the party stops Telangana bhajan, Modi’s brand will show its impact in seemandhra region. This is also making BJP rethink about its stand on bifurcation. If Modi wants Naidu’s help for success of NDA in 2014, then no doubt he has to take a Samaikyandhra stand.
Coming to Tamilnadu CM Jayalalitha, she is said to be thinking about the water problem Chennai will face in the wake of AP bifurcation. Already Seemandhra protesters are contemplating to show Chennai a taste of water scarcity by blocking water to Telugu Ganga project at Kandaleru. The piece is clear here that if Telangana state blocks Krishna water to Rayalaseema region, then Rayalaseema will block water to Chennai. In that case no doubt Jayalalitha will battle with Congress party to keep Andhra Pradesh united rather splitting it.
If the dynamics of UPA allies like AIADMK and DMK change down south and if BJP too takes a neutral stand on the issue, then it is tough for Congress to pass T-bill as their other allies like Samajwadi and Trinamool are in split minds already about bifurcating Andhra Pradesh.