Smaller states may lead towards political instability and this has been seen in Uttarakhand and Jharkhand and if reports are to be believed, then just like Telangana even Seemandhra may be heading towards a hung assembly.
Firstly, for last two years it was YSRCP wave and then suddenly after bifurcation bill was passed, it was TDP wave. But after Jagan getting released on bail from jail and then TDP tieing up with BJP both lost their edge.
Now both parties have come to such a standstill that both of them have lost their edge and out of 175 assembly seats for AP Assembly, both may be just falling short of magic figure which is 88.
If both of them secure 80-85 each and another 10 goes for independents, BJP, JSP and Congress, then there is full possibility of a hung assembly. Having a coalition government has never really worked for the betterment of the people.