Jagan's decision to resign his party MPs from Lok Sabha has backfired miserably. At a time when the whole nation is looking up to TDP's No-Confidence Motion against the Centre over the unkept bifurcation promises and is igniting great debate over the injustice meted out to the state, YCP has become a mute spectator by keeping itself away from the Lok Sabha by resigning. With the decision to quit, YCP is out of media's glare as well as the public attention.
Taking full advantage of the situation, TDP is using it to the maximum and is projecting as the sole champion in fight against the Centre. As the general elections are around the corner, it is crucial for any political party to play an active role. However, in contrary, YCP became a mute spectator to the turn of events that unfold in Parliament.
If this is not enough, TDP leaders are strongly alleging that YCP MPs have resigned as they don't have "guts" to question Modi and BJP over the Special Category Status and other bifurcation promises. TDP MPs allege that YCP has a secret pact with BJP and hence its MPs opted the way to quit the house thus to avoid any embarrassment to Modi. It is further alleged that Jagan is fearing the cases against him and hence his party leaders are going "soft" on BJP to be in Modi's "good books". TDP MPs are questioning why hasn't YCP's Rajya Sabha MPs Vijay Sai Reddy and Vemireddy Prabhakar Reddy have not quit from Rajya Sabha in protest against Centre.
On the whole, Jagan-led YSRCP has become an audience to the key developments in Delhi where TDP's No-Confidence Motion comes up for the discussion on Friday.