PM Modi to Take Oath on Saturday, Submits Resignation to President

New Delhi, June 5, 2024 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi submitted his resignation to President Droupadi Murmu today, marking the end of his current term. The resignation is a procedural step before he takes the oath for his third consecutive term as Prime Minister on Saturday.

Prime Minister Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) secured a decisive victory in the recent general elections, ensuring a robust majority in the Lok Sabha. This victory reaffirmed Modi's popularity and his party's dominant position in Indian politics.

After submitting his resignation, Modi met with President Murmu at Rashtrapati Bhavan, where he was invited to form the next government. The President accepted Modi's resignation and requested him to continue as the caretaker Prime Minister until the new government is sworn in.

The swearing-in ceremony is scheduled for Saturday, June 8, 2024, at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. The event is expected to be a grand affair, with dignitaries from around the world and key national leaders in attendance. Invitations have been extended to leaders of SAARC nations, along with other prominent international figures, signaling India's intent to continue its strong diplomatic engagements.

In his resignation letter, Modi expressed gratitude to the people of India for their unwavering support and reaffirmed his commitment to serving the nation. "I am humbled by the trust and faith the people of India have shown in our leadership. We will continue to work towards building a stronger, more prosperous India," Modi stated.

The BJP's impressive electoral performance has been attributed to various factors, including Modi's strong leadership, his government's focus on development projects, and successful welfare schemes. Political analysts also highlight the party's effective campaign strategy and robust organizational framework.

The new government is expected to focus on key issues such as economic growth, job creation, infrastructure development, and social welfare. Additionally, foreign policy is likely to remain a priority, with an emphasis on strengthening ties with neighboring countries and global powers.

As the nation prepares for the swearing-in ceremony, security measures are being intensified around the capital. The Delhi Police, along with other security agencies, are on high alert to ensure the event's smooth execution.

Prime Minister Modi's third term is anticipated with much interest and expectations. As he prepares to take the oath of office once again, the country looks forward to the continuation of his vision for India's future.