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BJP’s reunion with Pawan Kalyan’s Jana Sena in Andhra Pradesh signals beginning of its next phase of expansion in south India. It’s eyeing the political space vacated by Congress in united Andhra. But before expanding, BJP must manage well the one state it already rules in the south — Karnataka.

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  1. The South is even more difficult to penetrate than than the East. Tamil Nadu and Kerala are ruled out. In Andhra and Telengana, a very long, patient haul, without immediate gains.


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