Nitish Kumar, Chandrababu Naidu’s pressure strategy: Make Nitish Kumar PM, not Modi, directly to JDU leader…

Bharatiya Janata Party did not get majority in Lok Sabha elections. BJP’s chariot stopped at 241 seats. BJP, which has won majority on its own for two consecutive times, now needs the support of allies. This has given importance to Nitish Kumar’s JDU and Chandrababu Naidu’s Desam Party. Before the formation of the government, both these parties are using pressure techniques. Nitish Kumar’s minister has directly demanded the post of Prime Minister. Minister Jama Khan has demanded to make Nitish Kumar the Prime Minister.

What is Jama Khan called?

Nitish Kumar and his party leaders have increased the pressure. Minister Jama Khan in the Nitish Kumar government has said that Nitish Kumar should be directly made the Prime Minister. He has said that all the parties of the NDA should take a unanimous decision in this regard. Minister Jama Khan’s demand has sparked a discussion.

Chandrababu Naidu wants five ministerial posts and the post of Lok Sabha Speaker

Telugu Desam has emerged as the largest party in the NDA after BJP. Due to this, Chandrababu Naidu will have an important role in the central government. He has prepared a list of his demands. He has demanded the post of Lok Sabha Speaker and at least five ministerial posts at the Centre. But TDP has made it clear that there is no demand for the post of Deputy Prime Minister. JDU has 12 MPs and TDP has 16 MPs. Bharat Aghadi is trying to get both these parties on its side.

Like the Vajpayee government, the constituent parties also wanted this

Chandrababu Naidu and Nitish Kumar are putting pressure on the NDA alliance. Both factions want the post of Lok Sabha Speaker. There is a possibility that Nitish Kumar may demand that the constituent parties be given the same power as in the Vajpayee government. Now will Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP accept this demand? This has caught the attention of political circles.


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