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Mamata Banerjee to take oath as Chief Minister of West Bengal for third time at the moment

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Mamata Banerjee to take oath as West Bengal Chief Minister for third time at the moment

Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee will probably be sworn in because the Chief Minister of West Bengal for the third time at the moment. Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar will administer to her the oath of workplace and of secrecy at Raj Bhavan at 10:45 AM.

The newly elected TMC MLAs had on Monday unanimously elected Mamata Banerjee because the legislative social gathering chief at a gathering in Kolkata. Banerjee had then tendered her resignation from the workplace of the Chief Minister to the Governor.

Mamata’s swearing-in will probably be a low-key programme given the continued COVID-19 pandemic. According to stories, just a few invitees will probably be current on the programme due to the continued pandemic. Invitations have been despatched to her predecessor Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, chief of Opposition of the outgoing House Abdul Mannan and CPI(M) veteran chief Biman Bose.

Chief ministers of different states and leaders of different political events haven’t been invited for the programme preserving in thoughts the present COVID-19 state of affairs within the nation. TMC MP Abhishek Banerjee, ballot strategist Prashant Kishor and social gathering chief Firhad Hakim are prone to be current on the ceremony scheduled to be held on the Raj Bhavan. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has additionally been invited for the ceremony.

Soon after taking oath, Banerjee will go to the state secretariat ‘Nabanna’ the place she will probably be given ‘guard of honour’ by Kolkata Police.

Biman Banerjee, the speaker within the outgoing House, has been elected because the pro-tem speaker within the new Assembly. The newly-elected MLA will take oath within the Assembly from May 6.

The Trinamool Congress got here to energy for the third time in a row in West Bengal, pocketing 213 of the 292 meeting seats that went to polls, whereas its most important challenger, the BJP, bagged 77 seats.

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