Modi sworn in as Prime Minister

Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi

BJP’s Narendra Modi took an oath as the 15th Prime of India to protect the integrity of India. On Monday at 06:12pm he took the oath from President Prenab Mukharjee.

The oath taking ceremony held in Raisina Hill on Rashtrapati Bhavan’s open premises (four court). Before that 1,400 to 1,500, guests came there. It is first time they organised such a big oath taking ceremony of India’s Prime Minister with big leaders of various countries. The oath taking ceremony held two times before this in the open ground of Presidents Building. Chandrasekhar in 1990 and Atal Bihari Bajpai in 1998 took oath in the open premises. On that two times, the number of invited guests was one thousand 200 and one thousand 300.
Government head of SAARC countries took part in the oath taking ceremony of Narendra Modi. However, on behalf of Bangladeshi Prime Minister Seikh Hasina, National Assembly Speaker Dr. Shirin Sharmin represented the country.

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress President Sonia Gandhi were also present in Modi’s oath taking ceremony.

In seventy minute’s swearing ceremony, there were about four thousand guests. At least six thousand security personnel are in for their security.

Indian Air Force, Police, Special Commando force’s member covered the Raisina Hill across 2 km of the surrounding area with flawless safety. For security reasons staffs are given leave after 1pm of that area, and the offices were hung lock.
To prevent terrorist attacks, there is surveillance in road and air. There was a sniper and NSG’s sharp shooters on the elevated house.