After a majority of exit polls showed that NDA would return to power for the second time, the opposition parties have lined-up meetings to strategise their plans to discuss the post-poll scenario. On Tuesday, a delegation of 21 opposition parties assembled at the Constitution Club in Delhi before heading off to meet the Election Commission officials. Meanwhile, BJP president Amit Shah is also set to host a dinner for NDA allies in the national capital. Sources say that the NDA will chalk out their post-election result strategy in the meet. Nitish Kumar, Uddhav Thackeray, Ram Vilas Paswan and many more NDA leaders are likely to attend the to do.
The seven-phase Lok Sabha election 2019 ended on Sunday, following which the exit polls were announced. Counting of votes will take place on May 23.
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# The 24 hour EVM Control Room will be made functional from tonight at Nirvachan Sadan to monitor complaints relating to polled EVMs, says EC.
# Supporters of BSP-SP-RLD alliance candidate Yakoob Qureshi camp outside an EVM strong room in Meerut.
# During NDA ministers meet, the PM likened his Lok Sabha election to a pilgrimage saying ''it stood out from other polls as it was being fought by the people and not the party alone.'' The PM also thanked the ministers for their work, Union minister Narendra Singh Tomar told reporters.
# BJP chief Amit Shah expresses confidence of NDA coming back to power during a meeting of the Union Council of Ministers. Shah congratulated the members of the 'Team Modi Sarkar' and said, "Let us keep this momentum going for a New India under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi."
# Amit Shah receives PM Modi at Ashoka Hotel ahead of NDA dinner
# Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar arrive at Ashoka Hotel for NDA leaders dinner being hosted by Amit Shah.