Chandrababu meets Amit Shah: Back to NDA:- Late on Wednesday night, N. Chandrababu Naidu, the president of the Telugu Desam party, visited the residence of Union home minister Amit Shah in New Delhi. The purpose of Naidu's meeting with Shah was to discuss the alliance between TD and AP BJP in the upcoming elections in Andhra Pradesh. However, the details of their conversation have not been disclosed. Additionally, Pawan Kalyan, the chief of Jana Sena party, is scheduled to travel to Delhi on Thursday to participate in discussions with the top leadership of BJP. Naidu arrived in New Delhi on Wednesday afternoon and is currently staying at the residence of Galla Jayadev, a senior Telugu Desam leader. During his meeting with Amit Shah, Naidu is expected to finalize the details of seat sharing with AP BJP. Telugu Desam and Jana Sena have already reached a tentative agreement on seat sharing, with TD planning to allocate 25-32 seats to JS. TD will contest the remaining Assembly seats out of the total 175. Once the TD-JS alliance is formed with AP BJP, the alliance partners will make room for BJP candidates in the remaining seats.
JS from Razole and Rajanagaram. The Andhra Pradesh BJP president, Daggubati Purandeswari, has consistently stated that the final decision regarding their alliance with the TD party will be made by the national leadership at the appropriate time. In order to discuss seat sharing in AP, Naidu has been called by the BJP's top leadership to meet with Amit Shah. Although there have been speculations about the BJP's interest in certain Assembly and Lok Sabha seats, no official announcement has been made by the party's national leadership. According to BJP sources, the national leadership is aware of the Assembly and Lok Sabha seats where their candidates are likely to perform well in Andhra Pradesh. If the BJP's national leadership approves the alliance between the AP BJP and TD-JS combo, TD will become a member of the BJP-led NDA, of which JS is already a member. The BJP's national leadership aims to win approximately 360 seats in the Lok Sabha elections independently, and about 400 seats in alliance with other parties. They are actively seeking to bring in political leaders with national influence to further strengthen the NDA.
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