Chandrababu Naidu to take oath as Chief Minister tomorrow, Amit Shah to leave for Andhra: Major developments | India News

New Delhi: After the NDA unanimously selected N Chandrababu Naidu as the chief ministerial candidate of Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday, the TDP supremo staked claim to form the government and will take oath on Wednesday. After a unanimous resolution was passed by all the MLAs of the three coalition parties – TDP, Janasena and BJP, it was sent to Governor Justice Abdul Nazeer who formally invited the NDA to form the government.
BJP leader Amit Shah Andhra Pradesh has also left to meet Naidu.
The TDP chief also confirmed that Amravati will be the capital of the state.
The NDA won an overwhelming majority in the Andhra Assembly elections after winning 164 seats in the 175-member House. TDP won 135 seats, Janasena 21 seats and BJP 8 seats.

Here are the top developments in the story:

Amit Shah leaves for Andhra, likely to meet Naidu
After taking over as Home Minister on Tuesday, Amit Shah is scheduled to travel to Andhra where he may meet Chief Minister-designate Chandrababu Naidu. According to sources, Shah will meet Naidu on Wednesday before his swearing-in ceremony.

Chandrababu Naidu met the Governor of Andhra. Claim to form the government

The Chief Ministerial candidate met Andhra Governor Abdul Nazir and staked claim to form the NDA government in the state.
“There was an NDA meeting today in which Chandrababu Naidu was elected as the leader of the NDA Legislative Assembly. We have just come to the Governor and submitted a petition to him to immediately appoint Chandrababu Naidu as the government. Invite to form. The governor has responded and said that following due process, he will immediately invite them to form the government,” Naidu said.
BJP state president Dagubati Purandeshwari and Janasena Party leader Pawan Kalyan were with Naidu.

Our capital is Amravati, says Chandrababu Naidu.

Addressing a meeting of TDP, BJP and Janasena legislators, Naidu confirmed that Amravati will be the sole capital of Andhra Pradesh.
“In our government, there will be no play in the guise of three capitals. Our capital is Amaravati. Amaravati is the capital,” he said.
During his tenure as the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh from 2014 to 2019, Naidu proposed Amaravati as the state capital. However, the proposal suffered a setback as the TDP lost and YSRCP led by YS Jaganmohan Reddy won a landslide victory.

Naidu was unanimously elected as the chief ministerial candidate of Andhra Pradesh. Will take oath on June 12.

The name of TDP supremo was suggested. Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan in the earlier meeting of NDA on Tuesday. He was then elected as the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh. Pawan Kalyan said Andhra Pradesh needs Naidu's experience and vision.
PM Modi is likely to be present at the swearing-in ceremony.
Expressing his gratitude to the people of Andhra, Naidu said, “With all your support, I am taking oath tomorrow (as chief minister) and for that I would like to thank you all.” Narendra Modi Coming for the swearing-in ceremony.”
“I would like to salute all five crore people of the state who have shown their resolve to save the state. All of us have campaigned on only one thing: the people should win and the state should stand,” he said. ” They said.

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