Hyderabad: Professor Kodandaram , chief of TJS is gearing up for the toughest exam in his life. Kodandaram who helped many of his students and even top politicians and parties pass through various tough tests is now experiencing tensions ahead of the T-Exam.
It is known that Kodandaram is all set to test his power in the electoral battle field. In the run up to the 2019 elections, Kodandaram is experiencing tensions and examination fever.
Inside talk is confusion is still on and he is unable to decide from which constituency he will win easily. Since coalition partners are strong in the constituencies he zeroed in, party leaders are in a dilemma.
Kodandaram who has been claiming that though his party is small, it is an important player in the mahakutami, is unable to finalize his constituency. He is concentrating on three constituencies and they are Warangal West, Janagaon and Manchereal.
TJS feels Warangal west is safe as it has educated and employees. Former MLA Vinay Bhaskar is contesting from TRS while Nayani Rajender Reddy is seeking Congress ticket. He is insisting on the ticket saying that he has been working for the party for quite some time. If Congress contest this seat, what will be the position of Kodandaram.
In Janagaon, former MLA Mutthi Reddy Yadagiri reddy is TRS candidate. Sources say there is huge anger among people against him. Sources say Kodandaram can win easily if he contests. However Congress has a strong leader Ponnala Lakshmiah and will Congress leave the seat to Kodandaram and risk facing the ire of Lakshmiah. Congress is planning to sideline those above 70years and if that happens Lakshmaiah will not get the ticket. At that time Kodandaram's win is guaranteed.
Kodandaram's native place Nennela in Adilabad district is near Manchereal. TJS feels if Kodandaram contests from there, local sentiment will work in his favour. As such Kodandaram has good relations with the workers of Singareni Collories.