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PM Modi Supported by C Naidu and Nitish Kumar, oath on Saturday

Today, it was announced that the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance, having secured a remarkable 293 seats in the recent Lok Sabha elections, surpassing the crucial majority mark of 272, is poised to establish the new government this Saturday.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, set to embark on his third consecutive term, received unanimous support as the alliance leader, hailed for his visionary leadership and the transformative strides the nation has taken under his stewardship.

His dedication to nation-building and the pursuit of a developed India, referred to as 'Viksit Bharat', earned accolades from NDA partners who pledged continued collaboration towards this shared objective.

Earlier in the day, NDA leaders convened at PM Modi's residence to assess the election outcome and strategize the formation of the government. Subsequently, a delegation comprising senior representatives from the BJP and its allies was scheduled to meet President Droupadi Murmu at Rashtrapati Bhavan to formalize their claim to power.

Notably, this delegation included prominent figures such as Chandrababu Naidu of the Telugu Desam Party and Nitish Kumar of the Janata Dal, whose collective 28 seats play a pivotal role in ensuring the stability of the BJP-led coalition.

Mr. Naidu's TDP secured an impressive 16 Lok Sabha seats in Andhra Pradesh alongside a successful return in the simultaneous Assembly elections, reaffirming his political stature. Similarly, Nitish Kumar's JDU clinched 12 seats in Bihar, further consolidating the alliance's electoral gains.


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