Stakeholders in Andhra Pradesh
Telangana Rashtriya Samiti (Chandrashekhar Rao)
2 MPs are on his side in addition to 15 MLAs. He spearheaded the movement for separate Telangana and, along with the Congress, stands to gain if that happens. Telangana area sends 17 MPs to Lok Sabha.
32 MPs in united Andhra Pradesh, but some have left after the party’s separate Telangana move. The Congress is likely to ally with TRS and stands to gain from Telangana area
YSR Congress Y Jagan Mohan Reddy
3 MPs and 17 MLAs back him and industrialist SPY Reddy from Nandyal constituency has also joined him. Holds huge influence in Seemandhara area. He initially supported formation of Telangana, but later spoke in favour of a united Andhra
Telugu Desam Party Chandrababu Naidu
6 MPs and 90 MLAs support him. Initially he favoured a separate state, but then opposed it on technical grounds, saying Telangana Bill has not divided Andhra Pradesh properly
Kiran Kumar Reddy
He asked every MLA to reject the Telangana Bill, defying the Congress diktat. The CM is gaining ground in Seemandhra; political pundits say he is emerging as Congress’s B Team.
119 MLAs belonging to Telangana voted in favour of the Telangana Bill whereas the others opposed it
295 seats in AP assembly