Chandrababu Naidu to Submit His Resignation as Andhra Pradesh CM by the End of the Day: ReportsMay 23, 2019 17:16
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As YSR Congress Party has made a sweeping lead in Andhra Pradesh, the state’s Chief Minister N Chandrababu Baidu is set to submit his resignation by the end of the day, reports ANI.
With YSRCP leading in 144 of the 175 seats at the time of publishing, Jagan Mohan Reddy is all set to become the next Chief Minister of the state.
Telugu Desam Party chief Naidu will reportedly be sending his resignation to the Governor by Thursday evening.
While it is not known when Jagan’s swearing in will take place, the Legislative Party meeting of YSRCP is set to take place on May 25.
TDP is currently leading in only 30 seats, while Pawan Kalyan’s Jana Sena Party is leading in 1 seat.
The win for YSRCP is not just limited to Assembly elections, but also the party is set to sweep Lok Sabha polls as well, as it currently leads in
Not just Assembly elections, YSRCP is set to sweep Lok Sabha polls as well, as it currently leads in 25 out of 25 seats.
With his massive victory, Jagan Mohan Reddy has revived his political career and the fortunes of the YSRCP, which faced a defeat in the previous elections, following the formation of Telangana.
With close to four crore voters, Andhra Pradesh went to polls on April 11 and a total of 319 candidates were in the fray for the 25 Lok Sabha seats while 2,118 candidates were vying for a seat in the 175-member Assembly.
By Sowmya Sangam