The latest information surfaced when Jagan has been facing CBI raids time and again over his links with the Reddy brothers in illegal mining scams.
Meanwhile, many started claiming that many loyal Jagan supporters were unhappy with him for being ignored in several crucial situations, though they had dared to face disciplinary action from the Congress.
Meanwhile, sources informed that 26 Congress MLAs, who had submitted their resignations in support of Jagan, met Speaker N Manohar requesting not to consider their resignations.
What is prompting the MLAs, who gravitated to Jagan two months back, to do a rethink on their decision is the 'cold-shoulder' given to them by the Kadapa MP. In a recent meeting with the MLAs and some senior leaders, who were supposed to be backing him, Jagan reportedly spoke harshly and even suggested that those "who are finding it uneasy here" can go back to the Congress.
Jagan particularly spit fire on a legislator from Telangana and a couple of other leaders, leaving other MLAs red-faced. Another factor in favour of Congress is that the TRS' plan of 'attracting' some more Congress and TDP MLAs into its fold under 'Operation Akarsh' has hit a roadblock amid indications that the Central government may announce its decision on the separate statehood issue soon.