In the run up for 2014 elections, already lot of heat is generated and political battle lines are getting drawn with MIM withdrawing support. Many political analysts feel that mid term polls may be advanced and even the developments at Delhi are sending similar signals. The moment Cong announced formation of three committees, SP chief Mulayam already announced candidates for 54 constituencies. This shows how much battle ready all political parties are across the country.
In Andhra Pradesh already TDP and YSRCP are doing counter padayatras while TRS along with TJAC is formulating its strategies. In this political battle between various parties, another interesting battle with in battle is all set to take place. It is between Natasimha Balakrishna who is all set to contest elections when ever they are held and Mega Star Chiranjeevi who became cabinet minister.
Many are left wondering what strategies both the stars will be following. While they will be guided by experienced leaders from their respective parties, in all certainty Chiranjeevi will not contest elections and will only confine himself to campaigning down south for the party. Balakrishna will be entering in direct contest and it has to be seen whether Chiru would be able to keep up his ministry or not. It all depends on whether Cong comes to power at center and how it fares in the state. To the top of it coalition politics will play important role.
If Balayya wins it depends on whether TDP will come to power and if so whether he will become minister at state level.