Cabinet Convenes Under Prime Minister Modi’s Leadership

NDA 3.0 Cabinet
Preeti Bali / 6:26 am / June 14, 2024

On June 10, a day after the swearing-in ceremony, Prime Minister Narendra Modi presided over a Cabinet meeting at his Lok Kalyan Marg residence at 5 PM. The gathering, attended by all Cabinet members, was marked by discussions and friendly exchanges, as captured in visuals released by the Prime Minister’s Office. Modi seized this opportunity to convey crucial directives to his colleagues at the outset.


Prioritizing Governance Over Celebrations

For the vast majority Bureau individuals, especially the new representatives and those from alliance accomplices, joining Modi’s group is a critical achievement. Notwithstanding, Modi accentuated the significance of focusing on work over festivals. “The top state leader educated us to shun visiting our bodies electorate except if totally fundamental for the following month, focusing on that our essential spotlight should be on conveying administration. Festivities can come later,” an unknown Association Pastor told CNN-News18.


Preparing for the Parliament Session

Modi’s next directive concerned the forthcoming Parliament session. Acknowledging the stronger opposition presence in both the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, the Prime Minister underscored the need for thorough preparation. “The Parliament session is crucial, and we must all be well-prepared for the questions posed. Our performance will shape public perception of our government,” Modi conveyed, according to a source.


Fostering Professionalism and Collaboration

The Top state leader asked his more youthful Bureau associates to keep up with cheerful associations with Clergymen of State (MoS) and guarantee they are very much informed about Bureau choices. This cooperation is crucial for planning for parliamentary inquiries and discussions. “Everybody should embrace an expert methodology and intently follow huge discussions, particularly those by experienced individuals in the Rajya Sabha, known as the Place of Elderly folks,” one more source uncovered to CNN-News18.


Implementing the Hundred-Day Plan

Modi has initiated action by requesting the implementation of the government’s hundred-day plan from his colleagues. This plan was conceived during the previous administration, providing a ready blueprint for the new Cabinet. 


A Blend of Experience and Fresh Faces

The 2024 Bureau shaped by PM Modi consolidates prepared priests with new ability. Key clergymen, for example, Home Clergyman Amit Shah, Protection Priest Rajnath Singh, Money Pastor Nirmala Sitharaman, and Outer Undertakings Clergyman S Jaishankar have held their positions. Moreover, partners like TDP, LJP (Ramvilas Paswan group), and JDU have presented new individuals like Rammohan Naidu, Chirag Paswan, and Lalan Singh into the Bureau.


Overview of the Special Parliament Session

The upcoming Special Session of Parliament will be brief, commencing on June 24 and concluding on July 3. On June 24 and 25, all MPs in the Lok Sabha will take their oaths. The election for the Lok Sabha Speaker is scheduled for June 26, followed by a joint presidential address by President Droupadi Murmu to both houses. Prime Minister Modi will respond to the motion of thanks for the President’s address in both the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. While the Lok Sabha session starts on June 24, the Rajya Sabha will convene on June 27.


More Stories