Janasena, TDP to fight next elections together

Janasena Party and TDP will go together in the next elections as Andhra Pradesh cannot afford the rule of YSRCP, party chief Pawan Kalyan said here on Thursday, while the ruling party said it is likely a move to bring BJP into their alliance. Kalyan made the announcement about the alliance outside the Rajamahendravaram central prison after meeting TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu, who is detained there for his alleged role in a multi-crore Skill Development Corporation scam. The actor-cum-politician who is the chief of the Janasena Party, which is NDA’s partner in the state, had been dillydallying all this while as to whether both parties would contest the forthcoming polls together. ”Andhra Pradesh can’t afford YSRCP. I have made the decision today. Janasena and TDP will go together in the next elections,” Kalyan told reporters, accompanied by Naidu’s son and party general secretary Nara Lokesh and Hindupur MLA and Naidu’s brother-in-law Nandamuri Balakrishna. Moreover, he said that he had complete faith in the BJP that it would join the two opposition parties for the polls. “I hope and believe in this and this will only happen. BJP’s complete support will be there for this,” Kalyan claimed.