Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the oath ceremonies of chief ministers and other leaders in three northeast states, where the BJP will form government after the assembly elections held recently.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the oath ceremonies of ministers including chief ministers of three north-eastern states, where the BJP won the assembly elections and will form government.
At the BJP’s national headquarters on March 2 in Delhi, PM Modi said that the results of these assembly elections in three northeast states show people’s strong faith in democracy and democratic institutions in the country.
PM Modi further said that the northeast poll results demonstrate the region is neither distant from Dilli nor dil (heart).
The Prime Minister will attend the oath ceremonies of ministers of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) governments in Meghalaya and Nagaland on March 7.
He will attend the oath ceremony in Tripura the next day on March 8.
Notably, BJP will form government in Nagaland with its ally Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party.
The BJP comfortably won second term in Tripura.
On the other hand, the BJP got a call from the National People’s Party in Meghalaya to prevent a hung house.
PM Modi credited the hard work done by BJP workers in the three northeast states for the good performance of BJP.
Modi said, “Our party workers in the northeast work much, much harder than all of us here. They face many challenges”.