These days, major statements are coming from the likes of Sujana Chowdary, Daggubati Purandeshwari and even Sunil Deodhar. Old timers like Pydikondala Manikyala Rao and Somu Virraju are finding themselves marginalised. BJP's Brahmin leadership too is being slowly pushed to the corners. The resourceful Kamma leadership is virtually dominating the events and developments in the party.
Even the party national leadership seems inclined to encourage new talent. These new leaders seem to have easy access to the national leadership, while the old timers are unable to meet the national leaders. Several Kamma leaders, who have joined the BJP recently, are MPs and thus have an easy access to Amit Shah and other key ministers, while the likes of Manikyala Rao and Virraju are confined to their constituencies.