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YSR Congress may join NDA


New Delhi:
 These days the BJP is engaged in expanding its clan in the country. This is the reason why BJP is also talking to many influential leaders of the country in this regard. According to information received from sources, senior leaders of the YSR Congress Party led by Jagan Mohan Reddy say that their party may join the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA).

Please tell Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy flew to Delhi on Monday evening. Discussions have begun in the political corridors regarding Jagan Mohan Reddy's visit to Delhi. It is believed that Reddy's party YSR Congress may become part of the BJP-led NDA alliance.

This is the second visit of the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh in the last two weeks. On 22 September, Jagan paid a two-day visit to Delhi and met Union Minister Amit Shah. In addition to the state-related issues, the YSRCP joining the NDA was thought to have had preliminary deliberations.

However, he could not meet Prime Minister Modi during that time. Both Jagan Mohan and Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao will attend the Supreme Council meeting on river dispute in Delhi on Tuesday to resolve their fight over Krishna water sharing.

Let me tell you that Jagan also accepted the condition of the Modi government that the power sector reforms be implemented as part of the self-sufficient India package, including fixing the meters for the agriculture sector so that its lending limit is increased. Can go At the same time, sources say that the BJP wants the YSR Congress to be a part of the NDA.

The reason behind this is said to be Shiv Sena's exit from the coalition earlier this year and its separation due to opposition from Shiromani Akali Dal's agricultural laws last month. With the exclusion of these two parties, the number of NDA members in the Rajya Sabha has come down to 113. At the same time, the strength of the UPA remains in 60 seats, while other parties have 70 members.

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