Vijayawada, September 27: YSRCP chief Jaganmohan Reddy and Jana Sena founder Pawan Kalyan, both have openly expressed their willingness to join hand with Left parties over their fight for special status. But the Left hasn't declared its stand.
The comrades were in dilemma as Jagan wanted to pose a joint fight over all public problems along with special status issue. YSRCP leaders are working out seriously on the special status issue and considering garnering the support of other parties.
The CPI had already staged protests against special package to AP and organized bandhs along with YSRCP. But now its leaders are mulling whether to shake hands with Jagan or not.
CPM, which was positive about working with Jagan since the last elections, was not thinking about joining hands with YSRCP since it didn't get any proposal in this regard.
On the other hand, Pawan Kalyan already declared his intention to work with Left parties. While one of them welcomed his idea, there was no response from the other one.