Two people from TDP and JDU will get place in the cabinet

New Delhi: The Lok Sabha election is over. The NDA government would be constituted for the third time. Narendra Modi was unanimously nominated as Prime Minister for the third time at the NDA’s parliamentary party gathering. There is a lot of debate over two parties’ contributions to the NDA coalition and their expectations. The first is Nitish Kumar’s JDU, while the second is Chandrababu Naidu’s TDP. According to sources, the TDP has not demanded the job of Lok Sabha Speaker. At the same time, it is reported that a Bharatiya Janata Party member will hold the position of Lok Sabha Speaker.

Who will be appointed to a cabinet position in the Modi government remains unknown. It is unclear what share the allies will receive. However, according to reports, two MPs from the JDU quota could be appointed to cabinet seats. Lallan Singh could become a member of Modi’s cabinet. Simultaneously, Ramnath Thakur can be appointed minister of state. Additionally, two ministers may be appointed from the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) quota. One cabinet member and one state minister. Chirag Paswan can potentially be included in Modi’s cabinet. There are also reports that the Lok Sabha speaker will be a BJP member. However, TDP has not demanded the post of Lok Sabha speaker.


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