With 151 MLAs readily available moreover one MLA from the Jana Sena and 4 dissident MLAs from the TDP, chief minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy is a frightened man as we speak. He’s frightened a couple of defeat within the election of seven MLCs from the Meeting, which is scheduled to be held on March 23.
The opposition TDP fielded its candidate giving sleepless nights to Jagan Mohan Reddy and the YSR Congress leaders. They’re already frightened about their defeat within the three Graduate MLC seats, elections for which have been held final week.
The election to the MLCs from the MLA quota is giving sleepless nights to Jagan Mohan Reddy as every of their seven candidates require 22 MLAs to win the election. With its personal MLAs and that of the TDP rebels and Jana Sena rebels, the YSRCP has the power of 156 MLAs. This could make a straightforward victory to the YSRCP, whereas the TDP would get solely 19 MLAs for its candidate.
However, there’s a risk of not less than 4 to 5 MLAs from the YSRCP voting towards the social gathering. Its MLA Kotamreddy Sridhar Reddy had already overtly differed with the social gathering and is more likely to vote for the TDP taking its power to twenty MLAs.
Sources say that there are 4 to 5 different MLAs from the YSR Congress who’re casting invalid votes within the mock polling performed by the social gathering within the Meeting over the past three days. This could additionally imply the defeat of the seventh candidate of the YSRCP and victory for the TDP candidate.
Fearing defeat within the Meeting quota MLC elections too, Jagan Mohan Reddy is discovered to have assigned the duty of checking the MLAs to the ministers. The MLAs have been divided into seven teams, every group having 22 MLAs and every hooked up to 1 candidate.
The MLAs are more likely to be held captive for the day from Wednesday to until the top of the voting within the guise of internet hosting a dinner. Jagan Mohan Reddy had invited the MLAs for dinner on Wednesday at Tadepalli, the place they might be held up, sources say.