NDA Government Formation on June 8: PM Modi to Take Oath for Third Term

PM Modi Swearing-In Ceremony on June 8: The Lok Sabha Elections 2024 concluded on June 1, with exit polls predicting a landslide victory for the BJP-led NDA. However, the official results told a different story. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) fell short of the majority mark, securing 240 seats. With the support of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), they achieved a total of 294 seats. Despite the INDIA Bloc winning 234 seats, the NDA is set to form the government for the third time. According to a report by India Today, the NDA government is set to form on June 8, 2024, and Narendra Modi is expected to take the oath as Prime Minister for the third time on the same day.

NDA Likely to Form Government on June 8, PM Modi’s Swearing-In on Same Day:

Following the announcement of the Lok Sabha election results, the Union cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, recommended the dissolution of the 17th Lok Sabha, whose term ends on June 16. Sources indicate that with the support of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and the Janata Dal-United (JDU) — the potential “kingmakers” — the BJP-led NDA government is likely to be formed on June 8. Both parties are expected to submit formal letters of support to the BJP during an alliance meeting.

Lok Sabha Election Results 2024:

The Election Commission of India declared results for 542 out of 543 Lok Sabha constituencies. BJP won 240 seats, and the Congress successfully secured 99 seats. The INDIA Bloc, with over 230 seats, provided stiff competition, defying exit poll predictions. The BJP fell total 32 seats short of the 272 majority mark. This marks the first time since the BJP came to power in 2014 that it did not secure a majority on its own. Prime Minister Narendra Modi secured a third term but will need to rely on the support of coalition partners, including JD(U) chief Nitish Kumar and TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu.

The BJP’s tally was significantly lower than its 2019 total of 303 seats and the 282 seats it won in 2014. Conversely, the Congress showed strong growth, winning 99 seats compared to 52 in 2019 and 44 in 2014.

Shruti Suman

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