As the election’s counting date nears, the political party leaders return to action after a brief break. The counting of the Indian General Elections will be held on June 4.

After the polling was held on May 13th in Andhra Pradesh, TDP chief Nara Chandra Babu Naidu and Jana Sena president Pawan Kalyan took a short break. Now, they are back in action.

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Chandrababu Naidu returned to Hyderabad this morning after his abroad visit. He will arrive in Amaravati tomorrow evening and meet with the party’s chief election agents of 175 assembly and 25 parliament constituencies on May 31. They will discuss the necessary precautions that need to be taken during the counting process.

Upon his return to India earlier today, Babu held a teleconference with TDP leaders and gave them crucial instructions for the counting process.

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He asked the leaders and agents to be extremely careful during the counting of postal ballot votes. Additionally, counting agents in each zone will receive training on the counting process on June 1.

On May 31, Babu will meet Pawan Kalyan in Amaravati. Both will discuss how the polling went and its aftermath in the state. On the same day, BJP leaders are also expected to meet Chandrababu.

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On the other hand, Pawan will meet with his party members and leaders at the Mangalagiri head office on June 3. He will monitor the counting process from the Mangalagiri party office on June 4.

The alliance party leaders are confident about their victory in these elections, and post-poll surveys also predict the same result. Thus, both JSP and TDP leaders are looking forward to the counting day with great anticipation.