Some intellectuals from Jagan’s party are accusing that Kapu Voters have given big hand to YSR Congress. It could be understood that they are talking about the result in Godavari districts where West Godavari has given 15 out of 15 MLAs to TDP and two MPs to the same cycle. Let us see what ground reality is.
Kapu voters are said to be deciding factor this time and most of them have traveled with Telugudesam party rather believing in someone else. But with Jagan giving highest number of seats to Kapu community candidates in the district, one wonders what went wrong. Though Jagan roped in key Kapu leaders like Kothapalli Subbarayudu in the last minute, these vote banks have simply split.
Okay, let us keep blaming of Kapu voter aside. But then Jagan has to answer why he lost in a place like Chintalapudi constituency where there are dominant people following Jagan’s communal theory. There are lots of BC, SC and ST votes in that region and none have voted for Jagan for sure. In that context why would Jagan blame Kapu voters alone? But still if he comes up with good script, maybe people will like to direct it.