The leaders of the NDA will meet on Tuesday
The main leaders of the NDA led by BJP will meet during the dinner on Tuesday with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the president of BJP Amit Shah They are expected to be present, party sources said Monday.
The Prime Minister of Bihar and the President of JD (U) Nitish Kumar , Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray and Lok Janshakti Party head Ram Vilas Paswan are likely to attend the meeting, which will take place two days before the counting of votes for the Lok Sabha Surveys on May 23.
A meeting of key BJP leaders, including Union Ministers, is also scheduled to be held in the party headquarters before the dinner meeting with allies.
The decision of the BJP to organize the dinner comes after the exit polls that have been unanimous in projecting another term for Modi.
Exit polls telecast by almost all major new channels have that that the BJP-led NDA will cross the majority mark of 272 in the 543-member Lok Sabha.
Surveys have been conducted for 542 seats, since the Electoral Commission had postponed the election for Vellore's seat due to allegations of the use of money to influence the vote.
Several BJP leaders asserted on Monday that the party will get a majority on its own, repeating the unprecedented feat achieved in 2014 by winning 282 seats.