Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who is on a day-long fast to demand special status for his state, said that aligning with the BJP was a political compulsion, but forming an anti-BJP front has become a "democratic compulsion". Responding to the ruling party's jibe that the proposed grand alliance has too many contenders for the Prime Minister's role and it will be impossible for them to agree on a name, the Andhra leader they need not worry about that and wondered if they (the BJP) have any other leader for the role. "We have decided to pick a name only after the results are out. Every party has strong leaders. And all the leaders are better than Modi. After elections, we hope to build the nation with consensus," he said.