After bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh in 2014, two Chandras came into power in Telugu states.
The two Chandras - Nara Chandrababu Naidu, CM of Andhra Pradesh and K Chandrasekhar Rao, CM of Telangana - have many things in common between them, not just their similar sounding names.
Both of them are trained under umbrella of NTR and TDP and their thinking and political ploys are also alike
While Chandrababu Naidu has been trying to create a political front at national level with Congress in the main chair, KCR has proposed a federal front sans the presence of Congress and BJP.
Interestingly, both of them are promoting their sons as their political heir apparent.
Chandrababu Naidu made his son Lokesh as a Minister through MLC route. KCR made his son MLA first and then gave IT ministry and now sprang a surprise by announcing him as working president of TRS.
KTR is now officially No.2 in TRS and in Telangana.
In the past Farooq Abdullah and Mulayam Singh Yadav had used similar tactics to promote their sons as Chief Ministers in their respective states. KCR is singing the same tune of playing key role in national politics.
Will Chandrababu Naidu come back in power with pro-incumbency like KCR did recently in Telangana? Why is that he is facing so much anti-incumbency in AP? What the weapons does Naidu have in his armour?
Check the video of popular journalist Satish Chander for the complete analysis of Chandra politics.