Opposition alliance: In Delhi, meeting of Chandrababu Naidu with Rahul, Akhilesh, Sharad Pawar and Farooq.

Prior to the Lok Sabha election 2019, the opposition is trying to unite the government completely to unite.

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Opposition alliance: In Delhi, meeting of Chandrababu Naidu with Rahul, Akhilesh, Sharad Pawar and Farooq.

New Delhi: Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Prior to joining the Modi government, the opposition has tried to unite completely. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu (Chandrababu Naidu) are making every possible effort to bring under the umbrella of the opposition. This is the reason why on Thursday he met many leaders of opposition parties in Delhi and called for non-BJP parties to come together. Prior to the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu met the leaders of several opposition parties including Rahul Gandhi on Thursday for the purpose of creating a anti-BJP front. TDP chief Naidu has described the party’s coalition with the Congress as a ‘democratic plight’ to protect the country. Addressing a joint press conference, Rahul Gandhi and Naidu said that the main challenge before all opposition parties is to work together to protect the institutions and democracy of India. However, he did not answer the question of who would lead the anti-BJP coalition.

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Rahul Gandhi told reporters, “Everything else is later. We will do that which is our main challenge. Your interest is in the candidates, our interest is in the country. ‘ However, Naidu said, “You know that this is the reality that Congress is the main opposition party. All other parties are necessary. Therefore, we will work on these things. Our main goal is to save the country. ‘ Significantly, Chandrababu Naidu met Rahul Gandhi for the first time after he was separated from TDP’s BJP-led NDA. Rahul and TDP leader shared the stage in the swearing-in ceremony of Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy in May. This meeting between Naidu and Rahul has happened at a time when the two leaders’ parties are talking about sharing seats in Telangana assembly elections. The assembly elections in Telangana are due to be held on December 7.

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On Thursday, Chandrababu Naidu also met NCP chief Sharad Pawar, National Conference president Farooq Abdullah, Samajwadi Party patron Mulayam Singh Yadav and SP President Akhilesh Yadav. Naidu also met the CPI (M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury at the Delhi airport. Chandrababu Naidu said, “Today there is a need to save the country and democracy. So I also talked to Rahul Ji. In theory, we agree (on coalition). Some of you will agree on our past. It is democratic compulsion now, we are coming together to save the country. ‘ This is for the first time that TDP will work together with Congress. Earlier, he was part of NDA-2 governments and NDA-2 governments till March this year.

TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu met Rahul in the presence of top leaders Ahmed Patel and Ashok Gehlot. Rahul told reporters, “We are coming together, we will work together. All opposition forces will work together to save India, our institutions and our democracy. At the same time, BJP reversed saying that TDP is in desperation because corruption cases are being investigated against party leaders. In the presence of Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Naidu, Rahul said that both of them have decided not to look back and look, and talk about the present and the future because this is “important” for the country.

After meeting with Chandrababu Naidu, NCP chief Sharad Pawar said that the non-BJP parties will come with the minimum shared program to take the iron from the current government. He expressed concern over “attack” on institutions like CBI and RBI. After meeting Naidu, Abdullah claimed that the country is passing through “difficult” time. He said, “Today, democracy is in danger and people are in danger. Therefore, we all have decided to work on the minimum common program to save democracy, institutions and the country. “


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