The BJP led union government, of late, is suffering from an acute frustration for losing one after the other states in general elections of various states. Obviously, the BJP strategists are desperately scripting futile strategies which are turning out to be a big dump of scrap.
For an instance, the BJP is maintaining dual standards in Telugu states. It's a known news that both the BJP and the Janasena proclaimed an official alliance recently. It was further said both the parties would jointly contest in all the elections in AP.
Has BJP stuck its alliance with the Janasena only, it could have been said a sensible decision. But then, the BJP has started wooing the ruling YSRCP. Lately, CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy met the PM Modi and Amit Shah. AP minister Botsa Satyanarayana hinted that their party would ally with the BJP soon.
Naturally, Janasena chief irked with the BJP's perplexing stand. He delivered a fitting retort to the BJP's top brass on Saturday. He said he wouldn't believe if BJP would collaborate YCP. "If any such thing would happen, Janasena would break up with the BJP," Pawan Kalyan said.
As the YSRCP is already facing an anti incumbency, the BJP seems to have dug its own grave in the AP state.