This time Modi 3.0 faces a strong opposition, how the scene changed in the 18th Lok Sabha

Ananya Shroff
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This time Modi 3.0 faces a strong opposition, how the scene changed in the 18th Lok Sabha

New Delhi: The first session of the 18th Lok Sabha began on Monday at 11 am. As soon as the session started on the first day, PM Modi took oath as an MP. After him, the oath taking of the newly elected members began. As soon as the session of the 18th Lok Sabha began, the first picture itself told everything. This time the scene looked different as compared to the last Lok Sabha session. This is because this time a strong opposition was seen in the House in front of the Modi 3.0 government. In fact, in this Lok Sabha election, the BJP remained far from the majority on its own. However, the NDA alliance led by it went far beyond the majority figure.

NDA got 293 seats and India got 234 seats

If we look at the position of political parties in the 2024 election battle, BJP has got 240 seats. At the same time, thanks to TDP, JDU and other allies, the NDA alliance reached 293 seats. On the other hand, if we talk about the opposition alliance Bharat, it has got 234 seats. This figure is much higher than the last session. Congress has won 99 seats in this election. This is the best performance of the party in the last decade. With this, Congress has also achieved the title of the main opposition party.

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Congress's best performance in a decade

Not only Congress, SP, which is part of the All India Alliance, has also performed well in this election. Akhilesh Yadav's party has won 37 seats in this election. Overall, due to the strong opposition in this Lok Sabha session, the NDA government at the Center will have to work hard to get the bill passed. There may be more chances of uproar in the House. This is also because the situation in 2024 is completely different from 2019. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the NDA got 350 seats. At the same time, only 92 MPs of the opposition alliance UPA were elected to the Lok Sabha. At that time the ruling camp was very strong. However, this time the scene looks completely different.

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