By now, almost every voter in Andhra Pradesh and out of it might have got the clarity of what is happening in Janasena party. In the 2014 elections, Rapaka Vara Prasad happened to be the sole MLA of Janasena. Still, Janasena didn't lose hope and was willing to oppose the ruling party and convey the party’s opinion through Rapaka in assembly.
However, their hopes got shattered. Contrary to what they expected, Rapaka had always been in support of YSRCP and its decisions. Even in the decentralization of AP, it seemed like he was with YSRCP. Also, he was mostly absent from his party meetings. These even lead to allegations that he wasn't going to be with Janasena anymore. However, he denied all such allegations.
By the behavior of Rapaka, Janasena party seems to be a little worried. The whole Janasena party is opposing the decentralization of AP while Rapaka doesn't seem to do so. As in today's assembly session, this topic had to put into discussion, Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan publicly issued a letter to Rapaka, asking him to oppose the three capitals bill when they place it in assembly by government.
He told in his letter that all the party members of Janasena are against this and Rapaka too must abide by the party's decision. However, it is well known that Rapaka had always been in support of three capitals. Now it is yet to know what is Rapaka going to do.