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While discussing prospects in 2014 hustings people are emphasizing on roles of Mualayam Singh or Mamata iBanerjee. Nobody is counting Jaganmohan Reddy at present. What's your take?

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Asked by soumyen sarkar, 08 Jul '12 10:50 pm
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Jaganmohan Reddy will be very important in Andhra Pradesh as well as in the politics at the national level. I feel he will win in AP and then UPA, NDA and third front (if at all it materialises) will try to woo him in 2014 for support at the centre. A sample of what is likely to happen in AP has been shown in the recent bye elections.
Answered by Francisco, 09 Jul '12 12:31 pm

 
  
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Mualayam and Mamata are fence sitter. They are like joker in a card pack who would go and join any group in order to form a winning set. Their backing of UPA or NDA can not be taken for granted. As for Jagan he is sitting between two stools and not on a fence. .For his personal wealth creation, like his father, he is dependent on the Bellary Reddy brothers, who are BJP members. However he can not openly side with NDA because that would upset his Christian vote bank. His interest in Center will be limited to staying neutral and giving issue based support to either NDA or UPA. For Jagan like any other regional parties the term issue based support does not mean national issues but personal issues. Any group in power that agrees to overlook his loot of state resources will get Jagan's 'issue based' support. So at present Jagan's position does not count much. However after the election, whichever party comes to power will have to pamper Jagan to remain in power. Parties will start countin ...more
Answered by Shyam, 09 Jul '12 02:57 pm

 
  
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He has already ruled out his support for communal non secular parties
Answered by fakeastrologer, 09 Jul '12 12:34 pm

 
  
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So far political moves of Mulayam Singh and Mamta Banerjee have created big ripples nationally in major political decisions. Jagmohan's ripples are not so widespread but more confined to Andhra Pradesh alone. Jagan is very young and there are also proven charges against him - So he is not quite popular like Mamta/Mulayam.
Answered by ABC XYZ, 08 Jul '12 10:57 pm

 
  
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