Currently, the ruling party in AP is dealing with this class war. In most constituencies, there appears to be a split between the two groups and striking for supremacy. Roja, who is a strong leader in the YCP, had a similar experience. The party leadership has failed to take proper action in this regard.
Though the YCP has been in power for over 9 months, sources expressed that the cadre has not been able to take full control of the matter. They say this will be an embarrassing blow to the ruling party as soon as they held the local elections. YS Jagan, the YCP chief who came to power with an unexpected majority in the assembly polls. Many decisions had made within 9 months. While some of these are popular, some others are controversial. These are repeatedly mentioned by the opposition and are narrowing the ruling party.
Against this backdrop, the elections of local bodies have become a challenge for YCP. In a way, these elections had seen as a referendum to the YCP's 9-month rule. Whether they win or not, they have nothing to lose. The same ruling party, however, will have much trouble.
The opposition is exacerbating their feud, as people think this is a good example of the YCP regime's poor performance. In this backdrop, it is reported that the party is focusing on the party's factionalism. It is already clear to ministers and MLAs' that the chances of winning in the local elections bases on opportunities.