A flurry of discussions have begun in Andhra Pradesh's political and media circles just hours after telangana chief minister K chandrasekhar Rao said the Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) would take the place of the telangana Rashtra Samithi. Several political figures have already voiced their opinions about the potential impact of the BRS on Andhra politics. N Chandrababu Naidu, the president of the telugu desam party and a former chief minister, simply laughed it off, but the ysr congress party officials have reacted warily.

Peedika Rajanna Dora, the state's deputy chief minister, stated on thursday that everyone has the right to start a political party anywhere in the nation. So, he continued, "We have no problem with kcr launching the BRS and running in the Andhra polls. However, he claimed that because people would not accept it, KCR's party would not have a chance of surviving in Andhra Pradesh. "How can we allow kcr to rule over our people here? He objected to hyderabad serving as a joint capital. As a result, Rajanna Dora remarked, "People won't accept his hegemony here.

According to the deputy CM, kcr may form alliances with those parties that have failed to succeed. Similar to this, disgruntled telugu desam party officials who see no hope for a political future may also join the BRS. He might also try to entice velama leaders away from Andhra's northern shore. However, no one from the ysr congress party will vote for KCR. andhra pradesh is a very strong state for our party thanks to popular backing. Therefore, there is absolutely no threat to the YSRC, he stated.

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