If Narendra Modi comes back to power then when and where will his swearing in ceremony take place?

The last and seventh phase of the Lok Sabha elections will be held on June 1. The results of the Lok Sabha elections will be declared on June 4. This year Modi gave the slogan of ‘Ab ki Baar 400 Paar’ to the NDA. If Prime Minister Modi comes to power again, the party has planned to make his swearing-in ceremony even more special. Earlier, two swearing-in ceremonies of Prime Minister Narendra Modi have been held in the courtyard of Rashtrapati Bhavan. But if the NDA comes to power, the BJP is thinking of organizing the swearing-in ceremony at some other place this year.

Many are now wondering where the swearing-in ceremony will take place if the NDA government led by the Bharatiya Janata Party comes to power. According to a report published in Hindustan Times, if Modi comes to power for the third time, the swearing-in ceremony is likely to take place on June 9. According to sources, a tentative plan has already been prepared for the possible swearing-in ceremony.

Where will the swearing-in ceremony take place?

In 2014, the NDA government was sworn in on May 26 (Monday). The result was declared on May 16 that year. In 2019, the NDA government was sworn in on May 30 (Thursday). The result was declared on May 23 that year. Both these swearing-in ceremonies were held in the courtyard of Rashtrapati Bhavan.

But now the news is that this time BJP is thinking of something different. They are thinking of not organizing the swearing-in ceremony in the premises of Rashtrapati Bhavan. This time the party is looking for a place outside. So that more and more people can attend this swearing-in ceremony. There is a discussion that for this, the path of duty is also being considered.

What will be the alternate seat?

A ‘kartavya path’ or alternative arrangement can also be made. Other sources also know that the seat will be decided only after the election results.

In all these situations, the weather will also play an important role. If it is raining, it is difficult to take oath outside. On the other hand, the temperature in Delhi has increased a lot. This year the temperature has broken records.

Talks of a possible third swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi began after Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said at the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) working committee meeting that the party will not be able to celebrate its foundation day on June 10. He will be busy with the swearing-in ceremony.

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