Uttar Pradesh chief minister-elect Yogi Adityanath met Union home minister Amit Shah to discuss the formation of government in the state.

NDTV reported that the two leaders discussed the ministers that will be sworn in along with Yogi Adityanath on March 25. The meeting was held late on Wednesday night at the home minister’s residence.

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The BJP, which came back to power in Uttar Pradesh, is scheduled to elect its legislative party leader on Thursday. It is expected to be attended by the Union home minister, the party’s observer for government formation in UP, and several other senior BJP leaders.

The BJP with its allies won 274 seats out of 403. The BJP became the first party in over three decades to form a government for a second consecutive time in the state.

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The party is certain to name Adityanath as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh in Thursday’s meet. But the party has not yet taken a call on the names of the deputy chief ministers.

It is still not clear if the incumbents – Keshav Maurya and Dinesh Sharma will continue. Maurya, among the party’s biggest OBC faces in UP, lost the recently-held election, while Sharma did not contest.

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The swearing-in ceremony of the Adityanath-led government will be held on Friday in a mega event at the Atal Bihari Vajpayee stadium in Lucknow. BJP sources say close to 40 ministers could also be sworn in.

Chief Ministers of all BJP ruled states and other top politicians from across the country will attend the swearing in ceremony. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be the chief guest.