Andhra Pradesh State capital issue has gained momentum as it has reached the national capital. The ruling YSRCP which is determined to form three capitals of the state is likely to make an alliance, as there are some indications towards it. It is said that the YSRCP is trying to make an alliance with BJP in the center as some section of media has been highlighting it. CM Jagan's series of meeting with high-command at the center led to this speculation, though nothing came out officially. Though AP Minister Botsa has condemned the opposition over his alleged alliance remark with NDA, yet the issue has not subsided. TDP has been alleging that YSRCP is trying to reach near BJP politically to come out of some of the cases filed against some of the leaders including CM YS Jagan. Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan has given clarity that his party will come out of the alliance if there is an alliance between BJP and YSRCP. It is interesting to note that YSRCP leaders have been tactfully talking over the alliance issue. On the other hand, BJP national secretary Sunil Deodhar has recently made it clear that both YSRCP and TDP is political rival of BJP and ruled out the alliance with them.