Looking at the situations it seems that all the ally parties of TDP are irking TDP with their actions.
The BJP party which is the ally of TDP from long is not on good terms with it and the situations are demanding TDP for a break-up. Now Janasena party is following the footsteps of BJP and causing inconvenience to the TDP party.
Pawan Kalyan’s talks with others to form a joint action committee over the issue of funds allocation to AP and this seems to be irritating TDP party.
TDP leaders said that Kalyan’s latest move to call upon former Congress MP Undavalli Arun Kumar, to form a JAC will be unacceptable to the TDP, and might even jeopardize the alliance.
Apart from Kumar, the JSP leader has also met Lok Satta Party (LSP) chief Jayprakash Narayan to form the JAC. “We were having discussions with Pawan Kalyan, as he wants to contest the coming elections.
He will be given seats too, but if he goes forward forming the JAC, the TDP will not be okay with that group vetting things, especially given that Undavalli is anti-Telugu Desam.
Even Though Pawan is not seen as a threat to the TDP, could have some influence on a few seats, splitting votes between the TDP and JSP in case the alliance is called off.
After the Union budget 2018 was announced, he criticized the state and central governments for not allocating more funds and floated the idea of forming the JAC. On Sunday, the JSP leader met Kumar and at a press conference said that the JAC will be headed by the latter.
Reddy added that Kalyan forming the JAC could also be a pressure tactic to stop the BJP from growing in Andhra Pradesh. JSP members, however, refused to comment on the issue.