Chandrababu Naidu: The country’s king maker Chandrababu Naidu spoke to the media for the first time after the results, said…

The results of the Lok Sabha elections 2024 were declared yesterday. This result is completely different from the last two Lok Sabha elections. In this, the winner is dissatisfied, while the loser is satisfied. In this Lok Sabha election, the people of the country have not given a clear majority to any party. Certainly, BJP has become the largest party in the country. Out of these, the maximum 240 MPs have been elected. But they are 32 seats away from getting a majority on their own. They will need the help of allies to form the government again. After 10 years, the era of coalition government is starting once again in the country. Now there will be an NDA government in the true sense.

Earlier, BJP had the upper hand in the two-time government. But now they will need the help of Nitish Kumar of Janata Dal United in Bihar and Chandrababu Naidu of Telugu Desam Party in Andhra Pradesh. Both these parties and their prominent leaders are in the role of kingmakers. After the Lok Sabha election results became clear last night, discussions have started in the country between Nitish Kumar of JDU and Chandrababu Naidu of TDP. Both these leaders are in great demand. The Congress-led Bharat Alliance is also trying to pull them towards itself. Because Modi’s new 3.0 government at the center will survive only on the support of these two parties. Meanwhile, Chandrababu Naidu spoke to the media today while leaving for Delhi for the National Democratic Alliance meeting.

What did Chandrababu Naidu say?

“You always want news. I have experienced it and seen many changes in the country.” Chandrababu Naidu said, I am in NDA and going to the National Democratic Alliance meeting. Andhra Pradesh assembly elections were also held along with the Lok Sabha. TDP government will also come in the state. Chandrababu Naidu’s TDP has 16 MPs and Nitish Kumar’s JDU has 12 MPs.

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