Both the parties will chalk out a strategy to launch joint agitations. Both the parties coming together is being keenly watched in the political circles. The pro-Amaravati protests are now spreading to districts like East and West Godavari and Prakasam districts. There is disquiet in Rayalaseema region too. In this backdrop, the coming together of Jana Sena and the BJP is being seen as an important development. The meeting follows Pawan Kalyan's recent Delhi visit where he met BjP national working president JP Nadda.
Meanwhile, BJP state chief Kanna Laxminarayana has categorically said that his party has been very consistent about the shifting of the capital from Amaravati and said that it would soon launch a massive agitational programm across the state.