Bharatiya Janata Party has been striving to make an impression before the Telugu people and so it had attempted many trails in the past. But all of the went in vain, as every trail failed to woo the Telugu people. Especially in Seemandhra region, the BJP doesn't have any grip and hardly few leaders are there to take up the BJP flag. Recognizing this, BJP changed its stand on Telangana region and tried to woo here. Marginally BJP made good impact but they did not convert into votes.
Now with the bifurcation of state and general elections fast approaching, BJP wants to focus more both Telangana and Seemandhra region. This time, BJP is in search of strong leaders who can win few assembly seats and if possible one or two Lok Sabha seats which might be crucial for making Narendra Modi as PM.
As party of their political strategy, BJP is likely to contest lone in next elections in Telangana region and in Seemandhra region, it might tie up with TDP. In a long term perspective, BJP is trying to bag power in Telangana region and might succeed if stronger political leaders get into the party. Nagam Janardhan Reddy is one of the strongest leaders in Telangana region and with his influence, BJP is considering to contest in all the assembly segments here.
BJP is also in no mood to entertain lost leaders and the candidates who have lost twice or more in Assembly as well as Lok Sabha elections, may get a skip and fresh faces are likely to get a chance this time. BJP President Rajnath Singh who was in city yesterday clarified to the state leaders, the doors of new ones will be knocked this time and senior leaders will be given appropriate position in the party.
Overall, BJP is trying every bit to build a strong base which might help them in future.