With the elections fast approaching, all the political parties are busy with their strategies and luring the members to join their respective parties. While most parties are busy with the seat-sharing, Jana Sena has deiced to go with Communist party.
The Communist party has demanded 26 Assembly and four Parliament tickets. The communists also asked to allot them Srikakulam, Vishaka, East, and West Godavari along with Prakasham segments to them.
On the whole, both CPI, and CPI(M) have been demanding one seat from each district and two Lok Sabha tickets for each. Pawan Kalyan met the party leaders and is analyzing their strengths and weaknesses to take a final call.