PM Modi will present claim to form government today, TDP and JDU gave letter of support

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will stake claim to form the government today. The NDA is going to give letters of support to the constituent parties of the NDA for government formation today. The 17th Lok Sabha has been dissolved by the President. Rashtrapati Bhavan issued a press release stating that the 17th Lok Sabha has been dissolved as per the recommendation of the Cabinet. The results of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections were declared on Tuesday. As the BJP is far from the majority, it will now have to form the government with the help of other allies. The BJP, which has been in power for the last two times, did not get absolute majority this time, so now they have to take the help of JDU and TDP. This year BJP has got 240 seats. It is reported that the claim to form the government will be made at 7.30 pm today. It is reported that Modi’s swearing-in ceremony will be held on June 8.

NDA meeting

NDA meeting is being held today at Prime Minister Modi’s residence. Along with Home Minister Amit Shah, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde are also present in this meeting. Before the elections, Nitish Kumar left Bharat Aghadi and joined NDA. JDU spokesperson KC Tyagi has said that now we will remain in NDA.

The NDA is going to stake claim to form the government immediately without wasting any time because Nitish Kumar and Chandrababu Naidu have been offered seats by the India Alliance. This year’s election has been like a renaissance for the opposition after suffering huge defeats in the last two elections.

India Alliance meeting

On the other hand, the India Alliance meeting will also be held in Delhi today. Sharad Pawar will attend this meeting. Uddhav Thackeray has also been requested to attend this meeting. The next strategy will be discussed in the meeting. Nitish Kumar and Tejashwi Yadav coming to Delhi from Patna on the same flight has raised many eyebrows. Now whose government will be formed and who wants what, it will gradually come to the fore.


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