Common enemy 'Uniting' them together
An interesting political development is on cards. Modi led BJP and Chandrababu led TDP may join hands to make an alliance to defeat Congress, their common enemy. Though there are no indications of alliance till date and no analyst is predicting TDP alliance with BJP, as they had branded them as communal several times before. But, It is Congress, forcing them to join hands by throwing them into a position to have no other choice except alliance, according to sources. No doubt Congress is the common enemy to both these parties. And, at the same time, both these parties will disappear after 2014, if they fail to bulldoze Congress.
BJP has already forwarded in its way to reject the T-bill when presented before the house, in the form it has been announced on 30th of July. Leaders like Venkaiah Nadu, Modi and Advani are criticizing that the bill is not adequate and has ignored the sentiments of seemandhra people. Likewise, TDP is also on the similar path. Though they not yet flagged with Samaikyandhra, Chandrababu is touring in Seemandhra showing his sympathy towards people being betrayed by Congress by the decision of partition.
An interesting observation is that, a local party TRS and a national party Congress has collided to make this state into pieces. And, if at all the prediction comes true, Another local party TDP and Another national party BJP will save it from partition.
Some expect, that both the parties may contest in elections with an understanding and will join hand after polls. But the strategists in both the parties are denying this kind of proposals. As the political war in Andhra Pradesh had turned multi faceted, alliance before polls may help in gaining votes, they suggest. Both the parties may be ready for this alliance, as they can also minimize the chances of TRS and YCP in the state.
But as there is much time to go, any thing can happen meanwhile.