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TDP Chief Chandrababu Naidu clears the air as BJP rallies for support of coalition

News Agencies | Updated on: 5 June 2024, 11:59 IST
TDP Chief Chandrababu Naidu

Vijayawada (Andhra Pradesh): As the Bhartiya Janata party rallies for support of alliances to form the government after falling short of a majority, Telegu Desam Party (TDP) Chief Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday extended support to the BJP and affirmed that he is "a part of NDA".

"I have seen so many political changes in the country. I am in NDA. I am going to the NDA meeting. If there is anything else, we will report to you," Naidu said, extending his support to the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) while addressing a Press conference in Vijaywada. Naidu is leaving for Delhi to attend a scheduled NDA meeting post the announcement of election results.

Thanking the people of Andhra Pradesh for giving support to the TDP and the NDA alliance, Naidu said, "I haven't seen such a historical election. In this election people from the USA spending 5 lakhs rupees came and voted. Even the labourers working in other states have come to vote. These elections will be written with golden words".

"I urge all the people that they should constantly give us feedback during our governance. It will help us to give good governance. We will review everything after going to Delhi and coming back," he added.

Naidu also expressed gratitude towards Janasena Party Chief Pawan Kalyan for supporting them in the state, so that the "anti-incumbency does not split up".

"Pawan Kalyan supported us so that the anti-incumbency will not split up. I thank him sincerely. BJP also supported us. I thank all Delhi leaders who came here including Modi, Amit Shah and all the workers of TDP, BJP and Janasena. With all our work together, we could win this," Naidu said.

Naidu further criticized the YSR Congress Party's five-year tenure, alleging extensive economic and agricultural damage.


First published: 5 June 2024, 11:59 IST