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    In Amaravathi, the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) has agreed to give 24 seats to the Jana Sena Party (JSP), despite calls for more seats by JSP leader Chegondi Harirama Jogaiah. The JSP will have 24 Assembly seats and three Lok Sabha seats.

    The allocation of seats to the Jana Sena Party has raised questions about how they will convince Kapu voters to support the TDP in constituencies where the JSP is not contesting. The possibility of votes transferring between the Jana Sena and TDP remains uncertain.

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    Chandrababu Naidu had a significant influence in the alliance and ensured that Pawan Kalyan did not exceed the agreed-upon number of seats. Naidu is known for supporting “rebels” in seats allocated through alliances.

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    Pawan Kalyan has been advised by Naidu on how to handle the situation of fewer seats. Despite expressing disappointment, Pawan Kalyan has accepted the decision and is aiming for a high success rate in the upcoming elections.

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    The alliance between TDP and Jana Sena is confirmed for now, with Chandrababu Naidu hinting at a possible tie-up with the BJP in the future. The first list of candidates includes prominent TDP leaders, but Pawan Kalyan’s name was missing from the Jana Sena’s list.

    Pawan Kalyan’s decision to accept fewer seats has disappointed his supporters, who had hoped for a stronger position in the alliance. The question now is whether with such a small number of seats, the Jana Sena can have a significant impact in the upcoming elections.

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