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New government formation: PM Modi's swearing-in ceremony likely to take place on June 9 at 6pm

NEW DELHI: The swearing-in ceremony for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, initially planned for June 8, might now be held on June 9 at 6 pm, as per the sources. However, an official confirmation is still pending to verify the new date and time for the event.
On Wednesday, PM Modi tendered his resignation and submitted his letter to President Droupadi Murmu in preparation for his oath ceremony.The President accepted his resignation as the Prime Minister and council of ministers, while requesting him to continue serving in his role until the formation of the new government.
Earlier reports indicated that Telugu Desam Party (TDP) supremo Chandrababu Naidu, who was expected to be sworn-in as the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister on Sunday, will now take his oath on June 12.
This change in date was attributed to Narendra Modi's oath ceremony, which was previously anticipated to take place on Saturday (June 8).

Meanwhile, PM Modi has invited Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe and Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to attend his upcoming swearing-in ceremony. Both leaders have graciously accepted the invitation, signifying a new phase in India's diplomatic efforts with its neighboring countries.
Extending invitations to regional leaders is not a new practice for PM Modi. During his first oath ceremony

in 2014, he invited all SAARC heads of state. In 2019, leaders from BIMSTEC countries, along with Mauritius and Kyrgyzstan, were also included.
Speculation is rife about which other leaders will receive invitations to the ceremony.
While officials have not dismissed the possibility of inviting leaders from other regional countries, including those from the Gulf and Central Asia, their attendance will largely depend on their availability at short notice.
(With inputs from agencies)