The key to the government is in the hands of TDP and JDU, the opposition is also making an offer, the game will become interesting as soon as both of them change sides

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: Even though the NDA has got a clear majority in the election results, the BJP is still far from the magic figure of 272 for a majority on its own. In such a situation, the All India Alliance is also trying to form a government with the NDA. While the BJP is making claims regarding this, the opposition is also continuously active. In fact, the opposition, which has seen the working style of the BJP, does not want to leave any chance now. Speculations have increased due to the BJP not being able to reach a majority on its own. Discussions about the politics of manipulation have also started. While after the exit polls it was believed that the government would be formed before June 12, now a round of meetings and phone calls has started. Many questions are also being raised.

Will Narendra Modi become the Prime Minister?
BJP had set a target of 400+ for NDA. In such a situation, the question is also arising whether PM will be Narendra Modi or NDA allies will put pressure and demand to make someone else PM. Everyone's eyes are on Bihar. However, Chirag Paswan said that the government is going to be formed under the leadership of Narendra Modi. There is a discussion whether BJP's allies will stand with it or they can change sides. Speculations are being made about JDU leader Nitish Kumar. He too has changed sides many times in Bihar. Everyone's eyes are also on TDP leader Chandrababu Naidu.

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Does the Bharat alliance also have a chance to form the government?
The Bharat Alliance has not ruled out the possibility of forming the government. There is a stir in its camp. The Bharat Alliance is eyeing TDP and JDU. If these two are taken together, then the opposition can also claim to form the government. There is a discussion that the opposition can offer the post of Deputy Prime Minister to Nitish Kumar. TDP has a history of not completing the tenure of the alliance it has been with. The opposition camp can also propose to give special state status to Andhra Pradesh.

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Should we form the government or sit in the opposition? The opposition is deliberating
It is said that NCP supremo Sharad Pawar has tried to gauge the mind of Nitish Kumar and Chandrababu Naidu by calling them. After the results, the All India Alliance will meet on Wednesday to decide its future strategy and consider various options. The meeting is at the house of Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge, in which it will be decided whether the opposition camp will form the government or sit in the opposition. It will be discussed whose support will be taken if there is a need to form the government. Rahul Gandhi had indicated on Tuesday that a decision will be taken in the Wednesday meeting on whether we will form the government or sit in the opposition. However, the round of meetings and discussions continued not only in Delhi but also from Kolkata to Patna and Mumbai.

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