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Modi Resignation: PM Modi submitted his resignation to the President, who will probably take office on June 8

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Modi Resignation: On Wednesday, President Droupadi Murmu received the resignations of the Council of Ministers and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The President has accepted the resignation and requested Shri Narendra Modi and the Council of Ministers to continue till the new government assumes office, according to a news release.

On June 8 evening, sources told India Today, that Modi is probably going to take the oath of office as prime minister for a third term in a row. Though the BJP was unable to secure a majority on its own, the NDA managed to gain 292 seats, narrowly missing the majority threshold. After former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, Modi will be the second leader to hold office for a third term if the NDA forms the government.

The top leaders of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) convened yesterday evening to assess the Lok Sabha election results and deliberate on the details of government formation.

JD(U) chief and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, along with Telugu Desam Party President N. Chandrababu Naidu, who was poised to become the next Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, was scheduled to attend the meeting. The gathering anticipated the presence of top leaders from the BJP and its allied parties.

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They were expected to extend congratulations to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was on the verge of securing a record-equalling third term at the helm. Additionally, they would discuss with him the intricacies of the new government, which was anticipated to have a different composition and character, possibly featuring a larger share of the BJP’s allies.

Although the NDA comfortably surpassed the majority mark of 272 in the 543-member Lok Sabha, the BJP found itself falling short of the magic number for the first time since 2014. As a result, it was reliant on its allies for the formation of the government.

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TDP, JD(U), Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde’s Shiv Sena, and Chirag Paswan’s LJP (Ram Vilas) have won 16, 12, seven, and five seats, respectively, and will play an important role in government formation.

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