4 ministers from TDP and 2 from JDU can take oath in Modi Government 3.0, decision taken in today's meeting!

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: Modi Government 3.0 is going to be formed on Sunday 9th June. Tomorrow Narendra Modi will take oath as the Prime Minister in Rashtrapati Bhavan. Along with the PM, the cabinet of the new government will also take oath. Before this, discussions have intensified regarding the ministries in Modi Government 3.0. Since this time BJP has not been able to form the government on its own, it is considered certain that NDA allies TDP and JDU will get ministerial posts. According to sources, Chandrababu Naidu's TDP will get four ministries in the new cabinet led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while JDU will get two ministries.

TDP demanded 4 ministries, JDU demanded 2 ministries

According to sources, three of the four TDP leaders who got a place in Modi's new cabinet are Ram Mohan Naidu, Harish Balayogi and Daggumulla Prasad. Nitish Kumar's JDU has proposed the names of two senior leaders Lalan Singh and Ram Nath Thakur. Lalan Singh was elected Lok Sabha MP from Munger in Bihar, while Ram Nath Thakur is a Rajya Sabha MP. Ram Nath Thakur is the son of Bharat Ratna Karpuri Thakur.

A meeting was held regarding the NDA cabinet

Before the swearing-in, NDA held a meeting on Saturday regarding the ministries in the cabinet. According to sources, in the meeting, TDP had demanded four ministries and the post of Parliament Speaker after winning 16 Lok Sabha seats in Andhra Pradesh. JDU had demanded two cabinet ministries after winning 12 seats. However, no party has said anything openly about this so far.

Naidu and Nitish are the kingmakers in forming the NDA government

Let us tell you that BJP could not get majority on its own in the Lok Sabha elections. BJP got only 240 seats. Whereas 272 seats were needed to form the government. However, the NDA alliance got the majority. Chandrababu Naidu and Nitish Kumar emerged as kingmakers in forming the government. However, now both the leaders are trying to get their demands accepted from BJP regarding the cabinet.

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