NDA 3.0: Modi and 5 years…opposition will yearn for the chair, new government on 9 June, how will be the working style this time

Amidst all the speculations, the NDA meeting cleared many things. Narendra Modi was elected the leader of the NDA party and he also made it clear through his speech that he is neither under any pressure nor under any pressure. Modi clearly said that the third term will be full of big decisions. Those who are unable to digest the victory of the NDA are actually trying to hide their defeat and disappointment. Whereas the truth is that they were not defeated, are losing and will not lose. On 9 June at 6 pm, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take oath as PM for the third time. Before that, today everyone saw the unity and strength of the NDA. Those who were trying to show divisions in the NDA, all the pictures broke that narrative.

Oath on June 9 at 6 pm

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met President Draupadi Murmu at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Friday and staked claim to form the government at the Centre. After this, the President invited NDA leader PM Modi to form the government. Narendra Modi will take oath as Prime Minister for the third time on Sunday (9 June) at 6 pm. After meeting the President, PM Modi said that the people have given the NDA government a chance to serve the country for the third time. I assure the people of the country that the country has progressed rapidly in the last two terms, change is visible in every sector and 25 crore people coming out of poverty is a proud moment for every Indian.

NDA chose PM Modi as its leader

Earlier in the day, Narendra Modi was elected as the leader of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) parliamentary party, paving the way for him to become the Prime Minister for the third time. A meeting of the newly elected MPs was also held in the Parliament House. The Prime Minister was greeted with slogans of ‘Modi-Modi’ at the meeting held in the Constitution House of the Parliament House. As he arrived to attend the meeting, the Prime Minister respectfully placed the Constitution of India on his forehead.

Lok Sabha Elections 2024

Let us tell you that BJP won 240 seats and Congress emerged as the second largest party with 99 seats. NDA has a majority figure with 293 seats and a parallel meeting is going on to form the government. At the same time, the opposition alliance has 234 seats. Although BJP fell short of majority on its own, according to the situation, it can form the government on the strength of its allies. With the support of Naidu’s TDP and Nitish Kumar’s JD (U) and other alliance partners, winning 16 and 12 seats respectively in Andhra Pradesh and Bihar, the NDA has crossed the half-mark.

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