Narendra Modi to Take Oath as Prime Minister for the 3rd Time on This Date

Here's when Narendra Modi is supposed to take oath for the post of Prime Minister


The much-anticipated counting day for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections on June 4 was filled with unexpected twists and turns. Despite a mixed response, the NDA crossed the 270-seat majority mark, securing more than 290 seats. However, this does not seize the grand old party’s hopes, as the Congress-led opposition bloc INDIA won 232 seats and appears to be seizing every opportunity. Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed gratitude to the people for their historic term, stating that they have placed complete trust in the BJP.

Narendra Modi to Take Oath as Prime Minister for the 3rd Time on This Date

Both the National Democratic Alliance and the INDIA bloc have called for meetings with their respective allies on Wednesday. The winning party in Andhra Pradesh, TDP, and the BJP’s important ally, JD(U), are expected to attend the saffron camp’s meeting tomorrow in New Delhi.

Rashtrapati Bhavan announced on Tuesday that its Circuit -1 will be closed to the public from June 5 to 9, 2024, in preparation for the upcoming swearing-in ceremony of the Council of Ministers. Sources indicate that the BJP is preparing for the oath ceremony on June 9.

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“After 1962, for the first time, a government has won the mandate for a third consecutive term,” Modi told a gathering at the BJP headquarters on the evening of June 4. Modi began his victory speech with the words ‘Jai Jagannath’ and thanked the people of Odisha for giving the BJP a clear mandate. The BJP camp is preparing to form a government in the state for the first time.

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Home Minister Amit Shah, and BJP President J.P. Nadda were also present at the BJP headquarters, where the backdrop read ‘Thank You India’ in multiple languages, including Urdu. Modi stated that the NDA has done exceptionally well in Andhra Pradesh under Chandrababu Naidu and in Bihar under Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.

Home Minister Amit Shah stated on X that the National Democratic Alliance’s (NDA) third consecutive victory in the national election demonstrates that people’s trust is solely in Modi. He noted that voters’ support is a blessing for the prime minister’s efforts over the last decade to improve the lives of the poor and farmers, revive heritage, and restore women’s self-esteem.


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