Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has set to gain some more support across the country on the backdrop of Telangan Bill 2013. The main opposition party is gearing up to campaign against the Congress intentions on bifurcating Andhra Pradesh and gain it's political share from the issue. The party top brass have already sent signals on various occasions that the BJP is firm on Telangana but do not allow dividing Telugu people in the name of bifurcation.
There were between the lines statements by the BJP leadership on several occasions. The President of BJP, Rajnadh Singh has recently told that the Congress is dividing the people, but not the state of Andhra Pradesh. Narendra Modi and Prakash Javdekar also opined that the Congress is trying to get political benefits out of AP division.
On the other side, the BJP is moving closer the TDP to get more number of seats in Coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema in the guise of it's perceived strength in Telangana region. Aggregating all these, the BJP is likely to trackback on supporting the AP Reorganisation Bill / Telangana Bill 2013 in its present form. The only hopes for the Telangana leaders would be Sushma Swaraj and L.K. Advani.