Interestingly, the left parties seem to have no strategy. In Telangana, the CPI fought the 2018 assembly elections in association with the Congress, while the CPM fought along with the BLF. In AP, the CPM is with Pawan Kalyan's Jana Sena but the CPI does not know who its ally is.
Now, finally, ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, the CPI and the CPM have decided to come together to form Left Front. Both will focus only on four MP seats, including Nalgonda and Araku. This means, that their whole fight is for just four MP seats. With their cadre coming down faster than a Pakistan's shot F16, can they hope to win even a single MP seat in both the Telugu states?