Jana Sena party leader and power star pawan kalyan has essentially thrown the ball into the court of tdp leader N chandrababu naidu by stating that he is prepared for a respectable alliance with the telugu desam party in the upcoming assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh. It appears Pawan wants Naidu to specify how many seats the tdp would like to provide the Jana Sena party as part of the seat-sharing deal, even though he wasn't particularly clear in his remark about what he meant by "respectable partnership"

He even went so far as to threaten to run alone in the elections if the deal was not made on reasonable terms. Pawan's declaration that he wanted either a coalition government or a Jana Sena government to be in place after the next elections made it clear that Jana Sena would not relent in its demand for a significant number of seats in the partnership. Why does that matter? He believes that Naidu will have to rely on the Jana Sena party to establish the government since the tdp won't secure the necessary number of seats in the assembly to secure an absolute majority.

It would entail that as part of seat sharing, the tdp would have to give up at least 40 to 50 percent of its seats to the Jana Sena Party. As a result, he left it up to Naidu to decide how many seats the tdp and Jana Sena would be willing to share. Here, Pawan seemed to have undervalued Naidu. Being the cunning politician that he is, the tdp leader constantly seeks to win an absolute majority so that he won't need pawan kalyan to impose his will on him.

At the same time, pawan kalyan is aware that Naidu will abandon him if he receives the absolute majority vote because the tdp is known for its use and throw strategies. Both Naidu and Pawan are quite aware that they cannot defeat the jagan Mohan Reddy-led ysr congress party if they act alone. It will be intriguing to observe how far the tdp and Jana Sena chiefs will take their give and take strategy.

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