TDP BJP Lok Sabha Election Result: Chandrababu Naidu might make a significant demand to remain in the Modi government

TDP BJP Lok Sabha Election result: Chandrababu Naidu can make this huge demand to stay in Modi government

TDP has won 16 seats in the Lok Sabha elections in 2024. It is the second-largest party in the NDA. BJP has not been able to cross the majority mark, in such a situation it needs to have the support of the TDP. TDP is in a position to make a lot of demands from the BJP.

TDP, which won 16 seats in the Lok Sabha elections 2024, has emerged as the second largest party of NDA. Based on this performance, Chandrababu Naidu's party can make a good demand from BJP in the central government. According to the information, TDP wants some important ministerial posts including the Speaker and it can raise this demand in front of Narendra Modi.

There is a meeting of NDA leaders with Prime Minister Modi. This meeting is being held before the formation of the government, in which the participation and share of NDA constituent parties in the central government can be discussed. There can be a discussion on who will get how many ministerial posts and portfolio distribution.

In the meeting, TDP and JDU can demand some economic package for their respective states. TDP can demand help from the central government for the development of Andhra Pradesh's capital Vijayawada. There can also be a discussion on the ministerial posts to be given to Chirag Paswan and Jitan Ram Manjhi. It is also important in terms of mutual bonding and a message of trust in each other among the NDA constituent parties because India Alliance is trying to woo Chandrababu Naidu and Nitish Kumar.

BJP's allies became necessary for it

TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu, Janata Dal (United) leader and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Shiv Sena leader and Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, and Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas LJP) leader Chirag Paswan are among the leaders who will attend this meeting. Apart from these leaders, top leaders of the BJP and its other allies are also likely to attend this meeting.

TDP, JDU, Shinde-led Shiv Sena, and LJP (Ram Vilas) have won 16, 12, seven, and five Lok Sabha seats respectively and these parties will play a key role in government formation. This time the new government is likely to look different because BJP has not got a majority on its own and will have to depend on its allies.

The NDA has crossed the majority mark of 272 in the 543-member Lok Sabha, while the BJP has fallen short of the magic figure of majority for the first time since 2014.