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The Lok Sabha elections are over. The new government has also been formed. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his ministers have taken oath. Now we just have to wait for the Parliament session to begin. It will begin on 24 June. But before that, there is a tussle going on between the ruling party and the opposition over the post of Lok Sabha Speaker. If sources are to be believed, BJP can keep this post with itself. Yes, they can give the post of Deputy Speaker to TDP or JDU.

The first session of the new Lok Sabha will begin on June 24.

The first session of the new Lok Sabha is going to start next week on Monday, June 24. During this, the swearing-in of the new MPs, the address of the new Speaker, the overview of the work of the government in that address and thanking the Prime Minister and the opposition are included.

Sumitra Mahajan, who was elected as MP from Indore, Madhya Pradesh, was the Lok Sabha Speaker in the first term of the Bharatiya Janata Party. In Modi's second term, this responsibility was with Om Birla, MP from Kota, Rajasthan. In Modi's first two terms, his party had a majority on its own. This time the situation is different.

BJP also has big ministries

Even though BJP has formed a coalition government, it has kept all the important ministries with itself. In which ministries like Home, Defense, Foreign Affairs and Finance have not been given to the allied forces. Anyway, a big victory in this race is being celebrated. In such a situation, if the party succeeds in retaining the post of Speaker, then it will be a victory of efficient political management for it.