As united Andhra sends third largest number of MPs to the Lok Sabha, it is now interesting to see what happens as the bifurcation was done already. In 2004 and 2009 Congress emerged triumphant, and as bifurcation happened, political equations are dramatically changed. While TRS and Congress are strongest in T-region, Chandra Babu led TDP-BJP alliance is having an edge in this flux state. Among the 42 Lok Sabha (Seemandhra 25, Telangana 17) seats in AP, Congress will be winning only 4-8 seats while TRS will also end up with 4-8 seats only. Telugu Desam Party has taken a leading edge as the survey predicts win in 13-19 seats. Highly hyped YSR Congress is expected to win 9-15 seats only.
On a whole it is a big loss for Congress and huge gain for TDP, while YSRC is not doing well like earlier, and TRS is slightly getting advantage. In 2009, Congress has won 33 MP seats from the state, but made all wrong moves upsetting people in all regions. Looks like, resurrection of Chandra Babu led TDP is on cards especially in Seemandhra region.