Modi’s oath cleared the fog

President Draupadi Murmu called on Narendra Modi as the leader of the NDA alliance to form the government. As a result, Modi will take oath on Sunday (June 9). Through this, he will become the Prime Minister for the third time in a row.

Earlier, it was announced that Modi will take oath on Saturday (June 8) soon after the election results were announced. But after that speculation spread that India’s Prime Minister will be sworn in on June 9, not 8. Now that news is true.

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Modi resigned on Wednesday after the results of India’s 18th Lok Sabha elections were declared. He submitted his resignation to President Draupadi Murmu.

Later BJP started meeting with NDA alliance. Negotiations continue within the coalition. Key alliance leaders Naidu and Nitish Kumar have already extended their support to the BJP. As a result, they are no longer hindered from forming the government.

World leaders like Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe, Nepalese Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda will attend Modi’s swearing-in ceremony.

The total number of seats in the country’s Lok Sabha is 543. Out of this, NDA alliance got 293 seats. On the other hand, the Congress-led opposition India Alliance won 232 seats.

Source: NDTV