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How TDP-s quitting will affect BJP?


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TDP quitting BJP won't have any impact! The situation is changes from 2014 where BJP needed support in many states. (We must remember that 2014, only TDP had supported BJP in Southern state.)

But if Nitish Kumar from Bihar and Mehbooba from J&K break the deal, BJP is going to be imapcted, for sure.


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TDP (Telugu Desam Party) which had an alliance with the BJP during 1998 to 2004 under the Atal Bihari Vajpayee led NDA again joined hands with PM Modi-led BJP again in 2014 announced that the party will be quitting the alliance with them.

This announcement came after a day when YSR Congress gave notice to move a no-confidence motion against the BJP-led NDA government. At present the YSR Congress has nine MPs in Lok Sabha, while the TDP has 16 MPs in Lok Sabha.

On the other hand the BJP alone has 275 members, including two nominated members, in the 536-member Lok Sabha and is supported by 56 members of the allies. The no-confidence motion can be accepted only if it has the support of at least 50 members in the House.

Even if all the MPs from both the parties, TDP and YSR, support the no-confidence motion, the BJP government will still have big numerical advantage in the House. It means that BJP will be in a comfortable position.