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Chandrababu Naidu Swearing In Date Changed 📅

In a recent update, the swearing-in ceremony of N. Chandrababu Naidu as the new Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh has been rescheduled from June 9th to June 12th. The NDA coalition achieved a historic victory in the Andhra Pradesh elections, announced on June 4th, securing a vast majority of seats. Out of 175 seats, TDP won 136, Jana Sena 21, and BJP 8, making a total of 165 seats for the NDA, establishing it as the largest political party in the state.

Originally, Chandrababu Naidu was set to take the oath as Chief Minister on June 9th in Amaravati. However, due to Prime Minister Modi's swearing-in ceremony on the same day, the date was changed to June 12th. This marks the second time Naidu will be sworn in as the Chief Minister of post-bifurcation Andhra Pradesh.

If he assumes office, Chandrababu Naidu will set a new record as the Telugu leader who has served as Chief Minister four times. Combining his previous 14 years of service, he will have a total of 19 years of experience in this role, an extraordinary achievement.

The exact location for the swearing-in ceremony is yet to be decided, though the muhurats (auspicious timings) for both dates were considered. It is expected that the final venue will be announced today. The event is likely to be attended by Prime Minister Modi, several central ministers, and Chief Ministers of neighboring states.