Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and Telugu Desam Party boss N Chandrababu Naidu presented his abdication to the state’s Governor on Thursday evening after the YSRCP recorded an avalanche triumph in Assembly races. At the season of composing, YSRCP was driving in 111 seats out of 175 seats and was announced the victor in 38 seats.
The TDP was driving in 20 seats and won just five seats in the Assembly surveys. In the Lok Sabha surveys as well, the YSRCP recorded a decisive victory with the gathering driving in 22 of 25 seats at the season of composing.
“Sri Nara Chandrababu Naidu, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh presented his abdication to the Governor. The Hon’ble Governor while tolerating the renunciation with impact from the Afternoon today, mentioned Sri Nara Chandrababu Naidu to proceed in office till the development of another Government,” a public statement from the Secretary to the Governor read.
“Races have finished up, and checking has occurred. In a majority rule government, the general population’s decision must be regarded. I express my genuine congrats to YS Jagan and YCP on his triumph,” Naidu said in the wake of surrendering rout.
Jagan Mohan Reddy’s swearing-in service will be held in Vijayawada on May 30.
Jana Sena Party president, entertainer Pawan Kalyan who had challenged in both Bhimavaram and Gajuwaka, likewise was vanquished in both the seats by YSRCP hopefuls.
Floated by the staggering triumph, tending to the media from the YSRCP office in Tadepalli, Jagan stated, “The general population of Andhra Pradesh have given me a resonating triumph. Nobody in the state has presumably ever observed a triumph of such stature. I will do all that I can for the general population of Andhra Pradesh. I might want to repeat that this command accompanies a huge obligation and that I will work to satisfy the desires (I am held up to).”
Jagan said that his first signature as CM would be on the Navaratnalu (Nine Gems) welfare conspire that he had guaranteed amid his battle.