YSRCP Chief Jagan Mohan Reddy To Meet PM Modi In New Delhi On Sunday Before Taking Oath As Andhra Pradesh CM On May 30

Indian General Elections

In what is termed as one of the biggest meets after the Lok Sabha elections 2019, Jagan Mohan Reddy whose YSRCP registered a landslide victory in the Andhra Pradesh assembly election, decimating Chandrababu Naidu's TDP completely, he is all set to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi whose BJP also led a massive win.

Written By Navashree Nandini | Mumbai | Updated On:

In what is termed as one of the biggest meets after the Lok Sabha elections 2019, Jagan Mohan Reddy whose YSRCP registered a landslide victory in the Andhra Pradesh assembly election, decimating Chandrababu Naidu's TDP completely, he is all set to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi whose BJP also led a massive win. Reddy will meet PM Modi on Sunday evening in Delhi. 

Sources said that Reddy will fly to the national capital at 10.30 am and after a brief stay at Andhra Pradesh Bhavan, he will drive down to the Prime Minister’s Office to meet Narendra Modi at 12 noon.

In the Lok Sabha elections, YSRCP won 22 out of 25 seats of the state. In the state assembly elections, Reddy led YSRCP won 151 seats compared to 23 of the Chandrababu Naidu led party. After his massive victory, Jagan addressed the party workers and said that the party is looking forward with responsibility. He said that there is a need to win a lot more in 2024.

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Taking a jibe on Chandrababu Naidu, Reddy said:

 

"The number of MLAs illegally purchased by Chandrababu was 23. Even the number of MLAs who came to Babu on 23rd May 23. 23. God has written a great script"

Following the victory of Jagan Mohan Reddy, PM Modi took to Twitter to congratulate him.

Chandrababu Naidu -led TDP was in alliance with the BJP till 2017 when he broke ties following the demand of special status for the state of Andhra PRadesh. He had then made failed attempts to stitch a third front by uniting the Opposition parties. 

During the victory speech after the election results were declared on May 23, BJP chief Amit Shah targetted the Naidu and said:

"These 21 dynast parties who roamed Delhi, I wish to advice one thing - especially to Chandrababu Naidu. If you had put in this much effort in acquiring votes, then at least your account would have opened," he said.

 

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