On day one of the Budget session’s second part on Monday, BJP MPs and Ministers came out en masse to greet PM Modi and credit him for the party’s success.
Party President Amit Shah himself led the welcome party. Earlier, when the BJP President reached Parliament House, Party leaders had congregated to congratulate him for the historic victory as well.
The BJP says this victory is a foretaste of what is to come in elections to Karnataka and other states.Meanwhile, the process of government formation in Meghalaya, Nagaland and Tripura is on.
In Meghalaya, Conrad Sangma will take charge as the Chief Minister on Tuesday. Sangma, the NPP leader has the support of 34 MLAs, and was invited by the Governor to form the government. The NPP-led coalition government will include BJP and UDP.
Conrad Sangma, who has served as the state’s youngest Finance Minister when he was just 30 years old in 2008, is the son of former Lok Sabha Speaker late PA Sangma.In Nagaland, BJP and its pre-poll alliance partner NDPP are well placed to form a coalition government. Nephiu Rio is the Chief Ministerial candidate of the NDPP-BJP alliance.
The met Governor PB Acharya at the Raj Bhavan and submitted a letter of support of 31 MLAs, including one from Janata Dal United and an independent.
In Tripura, the BJP and IPFT alliance have a two thirds majority. newly elected MLAs of the alliance will meet on Tuesday, to chose their leader, who will later stake claim to form the government.
With the NDA coming to power in all the three states, it is abundantly clear that the voters have voted for change and development.