Hyderabad, Feb 26 (Crime News): Of all the litmus tests, the current bye elections test is the most important for the hard working Chief Minister as the seven constituencies are under focus by all concerned including the high command.
Too many tough tasks are ahead of the Chief Minister Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy today. Even after a year and a half passed, unequivocally, his ‘Gadi’ has been described as one with full of spikes. It also came to be known widely that the congress high command chose him at a time when the state was passing through a critical phase. And in his own style NKR put up a brave front and tried to have a free ride but the problems have been cropping up by the day. The latest is Mopidevi’s implication with the syndicates.
Apparently his disposal and ‘stand’ stood by him but the bye-elections are another cropper. Right now Kiran had the massive burden of winning the bye elections, if not in all seven segments, at least in three or four constituencies. But the formidable main opposition – TDP has been turning active under its strategist leader N.Chandrababu Naidu.
In view of his unblemished record, pragmatism, and support from the high command he could call the shots. Energetic and dashing by nature and coming from a political family, the cm made a brisk beginning always pointing out that the leakage in the systems be plugged. Kiran Kumar made an attempt to evaluate for himself what is up the sleeves and saw to it that ministers of his choice were inducted to share his burden in the assembly and outside.
The YSRC leader Y.S.Jaganmohan Reddy no longer holds the key like in his early days which is a plus point for the CM NKR more so in the coming by-polls. With a morbid compulsion to occupy the cm’s chair the MP from Kadapa and YSR’s son Jaganmohan Reddy who resumed his ‘Odarpu Yatra’ in the coastal Andhra, is at the centre stage again as he seems to have a hold in Nellore district.
Jagan mustered the support of 20 to 25 congress legislators earlier but disqualification of his 17 loyalists will prove better for the CM NKR right now. Will the chances of Jagan take a nose dive if his loyalists are disqualified remains to be seen. If so the CM NKR shall have bright prospects in the bye elections.