Chandrababu Naidu Who Has Been Wiped Out In Both Andhra Lok Sabha And Assembly, Submits ResignationChandrababu Naidu. Photo credit: RAVEENDRAN/AFP/GettyImages

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday evening (23 May) tendered his resignation to the Andhra Pradesh Governor after being beaten in the state assembly elections by Jaganmohan Reddy led YSR Congress.

Reddy has swept both the state assembly and Lok Sabha elections in Andhra at the expense of Naidu’s TDP would become the next Chief Minister of the state.

For Lok Sabha polls, YSR Congress is leading on 22 out of 25 seats while TDP is leading on just three. In the state assembly, out of the total 175 seats, YSR Congress has won 48 seats while it leads on 102 others. TDP on the other hand is leading on 16 and has won eight.

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