Here Is Prime Minister Narendra Modi's First Official Tweet After Taking Oath For His Second Term In Office

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Narendra Modi on Thursday was sworn in as country’s Prime Minister for a second term.

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Updated On:

Narendra Modi on Thursday was sworn in as country’s Prime Minister for a second term. PM Modi was administered oath along with his new council of ministers at 7 PM by President Ram Nath Kovind. Minutes after taking oath as the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi has put out his first official tweet.

Read: Narendra Modi To Take Oath Of Office For Second Term As Prime Minister: LIVE Updates Ahead Of Swearing-in Ceremony Here

Meanwhile, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath took to Twitter to congratulate PM Modi and all the Union Ministers who will take oath today. 

He wrote: "अदम्य इरादों की ऊर्जा, अनथक श्रम के ईंधन और इस्पाती हौसलों की मजबूती के साथ फिर #मोदीसरकार शपथ लेने जा रही है। हम सभी भारतवासियों के लिए वह अथाह गौरवशाली क्षण फिर उपस्थित होने ही वाला है, जब हम सुनेंगे "मैं नरेन्द्र दामोदर दास मोदी ईश्वर की शपथ लेता हूँ.." अभिनंदन #ModiSwearingIn".

(With Indefensible power, the fuel of hard work and steel strong Morale, the Modi Sarkar will take oath today. It will be a moment of pride for all Indians to hear "I, Narendra Damodar Das Modi, in the name of God"...Congratulations.)

From political leaders to sportspersons and film stars, a record 8,000+ guests attended the swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi.

Besides politicians and celebrities, the event will be attended by 70 special guests. These guests are the family members of BJP workers who lost their lives in incidents of political violence in West Bengal over the past few years, a senior BJP leader informed.

In view of the swearing-in ceremony, government offices located near Rashtrapati Bhavan would remain closed on Thursday. While the offices located in the North Block, South Block, Rail Bhawan, Vayu Bhawan, Sena Bhawan, DRDO and Hutments would be closed at 2 pm on May 30.

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