Second round of the BJP-led NDA, which has achieved a full mandate for the second time in the Lok Sabha elections, started on Thursday. The swearing-in ceremony took place in Rashtrapati Bhavan under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. President Ramnath Kovind administers the oath to 58 ministers, including Prime Minister Modi and oath of secrecy. Let us know that this time BJP-led NDA has won 382 seats in the elections. In these, the BJP won the full majority and won 303 seats.
First of all, Narendra Modi took oath as Prime Minister of the swearing-in ceremony. After him, senior BJP leader Rajnath Singh sworn in. There is speculation that he will be made Home Minister again. After this Amit Shah, Nitin Gadkari and other leaders took the oath of office. In the Modi Cabinet, women were also given place. Among them are six women cabinet ministers including Nirmala Sitharaman, Smriti Irani, Harsimrat Vijay Kaur With the experience of Modi in this second shift cabinet, the balance of youth power has been made.
It is notable that this is the other non-Congress government of India after Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi. Earlier, in 2014, the BJP formed the government of the absolute majority under Modi’s leadership.
25 cabinet ministers
Of the 58 ministers in the Modi Cabinet, 25 cabinet ministers have taken the oath. Apart from this, nine ministers have been given independent charge while 24 ministers have been made Minister of State. Six women have also been made ministers in the Modi Cabinet.
Four ministers from MP, Patel from Mahakaushal
Apart from Narender Singh Tomar, Faggan Singh Kulaste and Thavarchand Gehlot, Prahlad Patel has been included in the Modi Cabinet. Modi has now become four ministers from the cabinet. It is noteworthy that Patel has been given a chance from Mahakaushal. The BJP has always been performing well from this region. Patel has also been a minister in Atal Bihari Vajpayee-led government
JDU out of the cabinet
Janata Dal-United (JDU) has refused to join the Modi Cabinet. JDU chief Nitish Kumar said that only one MP from the cabinet was being given the post of minister. We do not accept this. With this, the JDU has been out of the Modi Cabinet.
Meetings with Modi and Shah
For the last three days, continuous rounds of meetings are going on for the inclusion of MPs in the cabinet. Modi and Shah are meeting for this for Tuesday. On Thursday, Modi discussed tea with future ministers. There were also ministers joining the NDA allies. The final discussion took place 90 minutes at PM Modi’s residence on Thursday. Earlier, BJP National President Amit Shah telephoned the future ministers and discussed them.
The senior leader turned out
In the second term of Modi, senior leaders have been shown the way out. Among