Prashant Kishor‘s I-PAC had resumed work for YSR Congress’s 2024 election campaign. I-PAC is compiling data about the ground situation in various constituencies and is forwarding it to the Chief Minister.
According to the recent survey, at least seventy-three of the sitting YSR Congress MLAs are in the ‘not performing’ category.
I-PAC has suggested Jagan look for alternatives for them so that they can be changed.
Gadapa Gadapaku Mana Prabhutvam program is an attempt to change their perception in the public. But in the last 6-7 weeks, the CM had observed no change in the public mood.
But changing MLA candidates in so many constituencies can be very risky. Already the party is suffering due to Group politics in all areas. Refusing tickets to the sitting MLAs will further complicate the situation.
If such changes are imminent, the timing is also important. If the changes are delayed till the last minute, there will be no time for the newcomers to hit the ground.
If they are changed immediately, there will be confusion in the cadre with power being in one place and candidates on another side.
Appointing Dokka Manikya Varaprasad as Additional Incharge in Tadikonda while sitting MLA Sridevi is already present is the first step in that Seventy-three constituencies.
But MLAs of all constituencies will not be easy to be silenced like the SC female MLA of Tadikonda