Both the party leaders revealed their understanding in Vijayawada.
BJP Andhra Pradesh Co-incharge, S Deodhar said Today, BJP & JanaSena Party officially announced their alliance. I am confident that both the parties will work together to make a ‘Bangaru Andhra’ in the coming years.”
Both the parties allied without any conditions, he said.
He also said that they have no demands.
Prior to the latest developments, Janasena party President Pawan Kalyan had met BJP working president JP Nadda in Delhi and explained to them the issues the Andhra Pradesh is facing including three capital issue, going back of Investments, clamping Section 144 in Amaravati, Farmers’ problems and attacks on the Women.
The ideals of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with which he wanted to take the nation forward, have been diluted in Andhra Pradesh, Pawan Kalyan said.
I discussed the developments that are being taken place in the State with the leaders at the Centre and requested for strong support and cooperation to the State, said Kalyan.
Now, the question is whether or not the alliance between the Janasena and BJP will help the future of Andhra Pradesh?