In his four decades of career as a politician, the TDP president and AP's CM Chandrababu Naidu never had a post poll alliance with any political party as a TDP's chief. On the contrary, he would form pre poll alliances with various political parties till 2014's general elections.
With his dismay, none of the political parties has shown engrossment to join hands with TDP for upcoming polls. While BJP and Janasena detached their tie up with TDP, other political parties such as TRS, BSP, CPI and CPM were reluctant to collaborate CBN led TDP. The common and prime reason for all these parties disinclining TDP is that the internal survey reports indicating negativity on TDP among voters.
It's merely hypothetical assessing TDP's fate after polls. Yet, for time being, let's analyse TDP's moves after polls. It's now assumed TDP would not get power again. Yet, CBN has bright chances to make appearance as a kingmaker. Obviously, Naidu has two options to be the kingmaker.
As we all know, Janasena's support to TDP turned a bless in disguise for TDP's victory in general elections, 2014. Now that Janasena chief has decided to contest everywhere aiming at power, the bond between the TDP and the Janasena was inevitably broken. As per the survey reports of some psephologists, Janasena would win in 70 constituencies. In such case, the party might collaborate TDP to reach the magic number 88. Eventually, CBN will emerge as a kingmaker for Janasena.
According another survey, YSRCP might win the MLA constituencies between 50 and 70. Even in this case, YCP would need the support of TDP. As a result, CBN maybe a kingmaker.
Well, let's foresee if anyone among above versions is proved right or TDP would again assume power in style.