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    Alliance commited to principle of national first, says modi

    Days after Lok Sabha results were announced, hectic discussions are underway for Narendra Modi's anticipated third term. The newly elected members of the BJP-led NDA are scheduled to meet today to elect Narendra Modi as their leader (prime minister), paving the way for him to take oath as prime minister for a third term.
    After Modi's election as the NDA leader, MPs and the senior members of the NDA, including Nitish Kumar and Chandrababu Naidu, are likely to join Modi for a meeting with the President to present her the list of MPs supporting him and stake claim to form the government.

    Senior BJP leaders, including Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh and J P Nadda, have also been holding deliberations with allies to work out an amicable formula for their share of representation in the new government, which will critically depend on them for survival.

    Modi earlier submitted his resignation to President Droupadi Murmu and is set to take oath for a third consecutive term, likely on Sunday, after NDA coalition partners assure their support. Wednesday saw intense negotiations and key meetings by both the Congress-led INDIA alliance and the BJP-led NDA as no single party secured a mandate to form the government on its own.