Andhra Pradesh State Politics are circling around attracting Minority communities vote in coming elections. YS Jagan, State CM, could look to go for early elections to combat negative effects of anti-incumbency.
Nara Chandrababu Naidu and Pawan Kalyan two strong opposition leaders have been constantly targeting state financial condition and YS Jagan wants to counter it by talking about welfare schemes that the government is continuing to serve the people of the state despite challenges.
He asked Ministers to participate in Gadapa Gadapa program and now, YSRCP has decided to use tactical approach to attract BC/SC/ST minority vote bank. Ministers belonging to the minorities are going on a bus tour from 26th May to 28th May.
In this three day tour, political leaders from minority community will also participate. YSRCP is hoping to gather more percentage of minority vote next term and they have even nominated R. Krishnayya from minorities to Rajya Sabha in a bid to attract minorities.