While the D-Day 23 May is just three days away, political activities have gained momentum in New Delhi.
Leaders of various parties holding consultations on setting up of a new political order and gearing up for any eventuality.
Top leaders of the ruling National Democratic Alliance will hold dinner meet on Tuesday, ahead of declaration of Lok Sabha poll results on Thursday.
BJP President Amit Shah is expected to chalk out strategy on possible outcome of General elections, as the meeting will take place in New Delhi where NDA leaders will brainstorm.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also expected to be present there besides Bihar Chief Minister and JD(U) President Nitish Kumar, Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray and Lok Janshakti Party head Ram Vilas Paswan.
A meeting of senior BJP leaders is also scheduled to be held at party headquarters before the dinner meeting. The two meetings are taking place in the backdrop of exit polls which have predicted a return of BJP led NDA government at the Centre.
Opposition leaders, on the other hand, are preparing for eventuality of a fractured mandate, consolidation of non-NDA parties and other splinter groups for formation of a new government at the Centre.