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Narendra Modi swearing-in 2019 Date: When is PM's oath-taking ceremony? Here's what reports say
PM Narendra Modi swearing-in ceremony 2019 Date, Time: PM Narendra Modi Swearing-In Ceremony 2019 Date: After stupendous success in the Lok Sabha elections 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to take oath as the premier of the world's largest democracy at a grand event in the next few days.
PM Narendra Modi swearing-in ceremony 2019 Date, Time: PM Narendra Modi Swearing-In Ceremony 2019 Date: After stupendous success in the Lok Sabha elections 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to take oath as the premier of the world's largest democracy at a grand event in the next few days. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has not officially confirmed the date of the swearing-in ceremony. However, some reports suggest that the event may take place on May 28 or May 29. A report by Wion, quoting latest reports, said that the swearing-in ceremony may be organised on May 30.
PM Modi's second oath-taking is expected to be grander than the last time, when he had invited leaders of the SAARC countries, including the Prime Minister of Pakistan, for swearing-in in May 2014. This time, PM Modi is expected to invite world leaders.
In the just-concluded Lok Sabha polls, PM Modi has led BJP to a massive victory for a second term in office. The BJP scored absolute majority, bagging 272 of declared 458 seats till midnight on Thursday, and it was on course to touch the 300-seat mark in the 543-member Lok Sabha.
Till 09.43 am on Friday, BJP had won 298 seats and it was leading on 5 seats, according to the Election Commission's results page. The Congress has won 52 seats. BJP allies JD(U) has won 16 seats, Shivsena 18 and LJP 6.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi has lost in his bastion of Amethi in Uttar Pradesh to Smriti Irani. Gandhi, however, won a consolation prize in the form of Wayanad Parliamentary seat in Kerala.
Former prime minister and JD(S) chief H D Deve Gowda lost from Tumkur seat in Karnataka. BJP has won 25 of the 28 seats in the state.
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