Amaravathi: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu, who is initiating endeavors to cobble together a non-NDA front, will organize a challenge in Delhi on Tuesday with other restriction pioneers over VVPATs.
Naidu, who has raised the issue of VVPATs prior as well, said they battled the races with “bad-to-the-bone crooks” and were subsequently demanding at any rate 50 percent tallying of VVPAT slips.
“There ought to be no protest from gatherings over tallying of slips. The TDP was as of late lauded for its battle for straightforward decisions. For what reason is the BJP challenging the move?” he inquired.
The Telugu Desam Party boss likewise rubbished leave survey results, which demonstrated that Jagan could demolish his kingmaker plans, saying a few overviews were directed throughout the years however they were sure of winning surveys.
Naidu, who is planned to meet Mamata Banerjee later in the day, will visit Delhi alongside the West Bengal Chief Minister to meet UPA executive Sonia Gandhi and other restriction pioneers.
Multi day after leave surveys anticipated a pounding triumph for the BJP-drove NDA in the Lok Sabha races, frenzied conferences are being found in the Opposition camp. Naidu’s gathering with Banerjee is the most recent in the midst of a progression of comparative connections the Andhra CM has had with pioneers, for example, Congress boss Rahul Gandhi, BSP supremo Mayawati and Samajwadi Party boss Akhilesh Yadav.