Hyderabad: Early poll siren in Telangana is changing the political equations quickly. All the opposition parties are trying to forge an alliance to defeat TRS pary and KCR.
The developments in various parties is surprising even the seasoned analysts. Professor Kodandaram who played a key role as the chairman of JAC during Telangana movement is now trying to show his power in direct politics.
The question is can Professor show is power as the leader of TJS in politics. Kodandaram has no prior experience in political strategies though he is good at strategies directing a mass movement. However he entered politics only out of his opposition towards TRS chief KCR. But will this fetch his party votes.
Congress is trying to forge an alliance with all likeminded parties and Kodandaram as TJS chief demanded 30-40 seats. But analysts say TJS has no such scene as it is a non entity in the state. They say there is lot of difference between people's movement and political movement and Telangana is witnessing political movement and not people's movement.