If the majority is less, then BJP will win! Allies like Nitish-Naidu will dominate in Modi 3.0

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: Narendra Modi is going to take oath as the Prime Minister of the country for the third consecutive time. For this, grand preparations have been made in Rashtrapati Bhavan. India has also invited the heads of state of seven neighboring countries in this swearing-in ceremony. Preparations for the swearing-in ceremony have been completed. There are tight security arrangements. Along with this, there is also a discussion on how many ministers of the new government will take oath along with PM Modi. The BJP-led NDA alliance had started brainstorming on this after the results. Now it is believed that the coordination has been finalized. The special thing is that the allies will get special attention in the Modi 3.0 government. In the new government, 15 ministers can be from non-BJP quota. Whereas in the previous government, only 3 ministers from the allies got a place.

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Allies will get a big gift in Modi 3.0!

The reason for paying special attention to the allies in the Modi 3.0 government is that the BJP is far from the majority. In the Lok Sabha elections 2024, the BJP won only 240 seats. This figure is about 32 seats away from the majority. In such a situation, the BJP will have to depend on its allies, especially TDP, JDU, LJP-R and other parties. In such a situation, the representation of these parties is also bound to increase in the new government. It is believed that this time a large number of ministers can be made from Bihar. Along with this, some big names who were ministers in the previous NDA government may also be dropped. The number of ministers from UP is expected to be less this time. This is because Uttar Pradesh has given the biggest blow to the BJP this time.

Who are the members of PM Modi's new team?

In the swearing-in ceremony of the new government, the names of bigwigs like Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari from BJP are considered to be confirmed as ministers. At the same time, former chief ministers who won the Lok Sabha elections like Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Basavaraj Bommai, Manohar Lal Khattar and Sarbananda Sonowal are strong contenders to join the government. Discussions are going on regarding ministers from the BJP quota. At the same time, the allies have also put forward their demands. According to media reports, Chandrababu Naidu's TDP has demanded 4 to 5 ministerial posts. On the other hand, Nitish Kumar's party JDU is also eyeing 4 ministries. Chirag Paswan's LJP-R is also demanding two ministerial posts. Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde's Shiv Sena also does not seem to agree to less than 2 ministers.

There can be 15 ministers from allies

It is being told that even before the swearing-in, calls have started coming to the potential MPs regarding the ministerial post. In this connection, HAM founder and Gaya MP Jitan Ram Manjhi has been called. In such a situation, his becoming a minister in the new government is considered certain. Apart from these, other small parties like Jayant Chaudhary's RLD, Apna Dal will also be eyeing the ministerial post. In this way, if we talk about the potential ministries, this time at least 15 out of 70 ministers will be from parties other than BJP. Looking at the political situation, this seems quite likely.

In the Atal government, allies were given a lot of importance

If we look at the previous NDA governments, when the first NDA government was formed under the leadership of Atal Bihari Vajpayee in 1996, 18 ministers were made from coalition parties. When the NDA government was formed for the second time under the leadership of Atal ji in 1998, 25 ministers were made from coalition parties. During the third government of Atal Bihari Vajpayee in 1999 also, 18 ministerial posts were given to coalition parties. This is because in all these three governments, BJP was far from the majority and a coalition government was being formed at the center.

In 2014, 5 ministers were made from the coalition party, while in 2019 this number was 3

In 2014, when the NDA government was formed under the leadership of PM Modi, the BJP had secured a majority on its own. Despite this, 5 ministers were made from the non-BJP quota. BJP also registered a bumper victory in the 2019 elections. In such a situation, the allies did not have a special role. Despite this, allies were given 3 ministerial posts in the Modi 2.0 government. However, this time the situation is completely different, so an increase in the number of ministers from the quota of allies can be seen.

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