NDA Meeting: Narendra Modi Elected As NDA Leader, To Take Oath As PM For 3rd Term On June 9 | Top Points

The oath-taking ceremony will take place at 6 pm on June 9, Joshi told the NDA leaders assembled here at the Central Hall of the old Parliament Building to elect Modi as their leader.

NDA Meeting in Parliament

National Democratic Alliance chose Narendra Modi as their leader and also announced that he will take oath as the Prime Minister on June 9 as they held a meeting held at the Central Hall of old Parliament Building on Friday.

NDA Meeting | Top Points

1. Who Are Present? - Besides NDA MPs, senior leaders of the alliance, including chief ministers, were present for the meeting where BJP president J P Nadda is expected to propose a resolution in support of Modi's leadership, with allies and MPs to endorse it.

2. PM Modi Oath Taking - Senior BJP leader Pralhad Joshi announced that Narendra Modi will take oath as Prime Minister for the third time at 6 pm on June 9 in Delhi during the meeting.

3. BJP Leaders Propose Modi As NDA Leader - Senior BJP leader Rajnath Singh proposed Narendra Modi's name as leader of BJP and National Democratic Alliance in Lok Sabha. Senior BJP leader Amit Shah second the proposal. BJP's Nitin Gadkari, NDA leaders also second proposal to make Modi leader of BJP in Lok Sabha, BJP parliamentary party, NDA parliamentary party.

4. Allies Unianmously Support Proposal To Maki Modi NDA Leader - Speaking at the NDA Parliamentary Party meeting here, BJP allies JD(S) leader H D Kumarswamy, Shiv Sena chief Eknath Shinde, NCP chief Ajit Pawar, HAM(S) chief Jitan Ram Manjhi among others supported the proposal moved by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh to elect Modi as the leader of the NDA.

5. What Did Chandrababu Naidu Say? - TDP Chief Chandrababu Naidu said, "Balancing regional aspirations and national interests must run parallelly while ensuring holistic development for all strata of society." Naidu also said Modi's rallies in Andhra Pradesh helped the TDP win 16 seats in the Lok Sabha elections.

6. What Did Nitish Kumar Say? - Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar expressed confidence that Modi will develop India in a big way and also pay attention to Bihar. "We are confident that Modi will develop India and we will wholeheartedly support him every passing day," Kumar said.

7. What Did PM Modi Say? - Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said he would strive to ensure unanimity in all decisions of his next government and asserted that the NDA is an organic alliance committed to the principle of 'nation first'. Modi also said the NDA government in the next 10 years will focus on good governance, development, quality of life and minimum interference in the lives of common citizens. He said mutual trust was at the core of this alliance and they were committed to principle of 'sarv pantha sambhava' (all sects are equal).

8. Modi on 2024 LS Poll Results - PM Narendra Modi speaking about the coalition's stand at LS polls results, said, "In reflecting on the outcome of the 2024 Lok Sabha Elections, it's evident to the world that this marks the 'Mahavijay' of the NDA from every standpoint. Despite initial appearances, where our opponents resorted to conjuring imaginary promises to uplift their morale, the statistics reaffirm that this is the most robust alliance government in our history. There was an attempt to delegitimise this victory, but neither did we falter then nor do we now! Our conduct post-June 4 demonstrates our ability to gracefully accept victory. Indeed, we recognise triumph!"

9. PM Modi On BJP Win In Odisha - Speaking about dethroning long-term BJP government of Odisha, PM Modi said, "Whenever I think of Lord Jagannatha, I feel he is God of poor; for next 25 years, Odisha will be among country's key growth engines."

10. Poll Result Of NDA - The NDA has 293 MPs, comfortably above the majority mark of 272 in the 543-member Lok Sabha.

The BJP leadership has moved swiftly since the June 4 results for government formation to end any sense of uncertainty after the verdict, which was a setback to the ruling party as it lost majority for the first time since 2014 and needs allies' support to maintain its hold on power.