I am Narendra Damodar Das Modi… I will take oath as PM for the third consecutive time, security arrangements will be like G20

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: NDA leader Narendra Modi is going to take oath as Prime Minister for the third consecutive time on Sunday. Before him, the country's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru had achieved this feat. Intense brainstorming is going on between the BJP leadership and the allies regarding the share in the cabinet of the 'Modi 3.0' government. Top BJP leaders including Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh and BJP President JP Nadda are discussing with all the allies including TDP and JDU. It is believed that this time the maximum number of ministers can be from Bihar. Also, some big names who were ministers in the previous government may be dropped. Some of them can be given responsibility in the BJP organization. The number of ministers from UP, which gave a big blow to the BJP in the Lok Sabha elections, is expected to be less this time.

Bihar is more important among alliance partners

This time, Bihar may get more ministerial posts due to ally JDU. It is believed that there can be three ministers from BJP and three from JDU from Bihar. Chirag Paswan and Jitan Ram Manjhi's party can get one post each. There is talk that TDP wants 4-5 ministerial posts. It is also considering giving support from outside. However, officially everyone has said that we have no demands. There are signs of South India getting good representation in the cabinet. Suresh Gopi, who opened BJP's account for the first time in Kerala, can also get a place in the council of ministers. It is believed that apart from important departments like Home, Finance, Defense and Foreign, ministries with two strong ideological aspects like Education and Culture will remain with BJP. Allies can get 5 to 8 posts in the cabinet.

From workers to artists, everyone participated in the function…

Before the swearing-in ceremony, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Rajghat and pay tribute to Mahatma Gandhi there. Preparations are underway for the swearing-in ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan. People from every section have been invited to this ceremony. Not only will the leaders of the ruling party and the opposition be present, but well-known personalities have also been invited. Everyone from Padma award winners to film personalities have been invited. Tribal women, beneficiaries of central government schemes, employees working in Central Vista have also been invited. Employees associated with railways, metro and Vande Bharat project, including the first woman loco pilot Surekha Yadav, have also been invited. Invitations have also been sent to religious gurus.

CM Mamata claims…

Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee said on Saturday that the party will adopt a 'wait and watch' approach. The opposition alliance may not have staked claim to form the government today, but that does not mean it will not do so tomorrow.

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