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BJP in talks with allies for govt formation, NDA MPs likely to meet today: Top developments

NEW DELHI: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is set to form the NDA government at the Centre for a third consecutive term, with Narendra Modi poised to take oath as prime minister once again.
The newly elected Members of Parliament (MPs) from the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) are expected to meet on Friday to formally elect Modi as their leader.The swearing-in ceremony is likely to take place on Sunday.
It is also expected that all NDA constituents will submit letters of support for Modi as the new prime minister to the President on Friday.
Meanwhile, the guest list for the swearing-in ceremony is primarily guided by India's 'Neighbourhood First Policy' and its strategic focus on island nations considered important in the Indian Ocean region. Top leaders from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bhutan, Nepal, Mauritius, and Seychelles are likely to attend the ceremony.

As the NDA prepares to form the government, discussions are ongoing among alliance partners regarding their share of ministerial berths and the selection of probables from within their respective parties. The BJP is in touch with its allies to address various issues and concerns.
The JD(U), with 12 MPs, is the second-largest BJP ally after the TDP, which has 16 parliamentarians. The support of these two parties is crucial for the BJP to form a stable

government at the Centre.
Meanwhile, the opposition INDIA bloc, which includes the Congress, has secured 234 seats in the Lok Sabha. NCP (SP) leader Supriya Sule mentioned that the INDIA bloc had decided to adopt a "wait and watch" approach regarding government formation at the Centre but added that the alliance was prepared if the opportunity arose.
As the political landscape unfolds, the NDA is set to form the government with the support of its allies, while the opposition INDIA bloc remains vigilant and ready to explore any potential opportunities that may emerge.
Here are the top developments of the day-
NDA MPs to meet on Friday to elect Modi as their leader
The newly elected MPs of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance are set to convene on Friday to choose Narendra Modi as their leader, setting the stage for his third term as prime