Mamta will take oath as CM today at 10:45 am, cabinet expansion on 6 or 7 May; Invitation to Saurabh Ganguly and Dilip Ghosh | Mamta will take oath as CM today at 10:45 am, Cabinet expansion on 6 or 7 May; Invitation to Saurabh Ganguly and Dilip Ghosh

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After a landslide victory in West Bengal, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will take oath as the lone chief minister on Wednesday at 10:45 am. His cabinet colleagues will take oath on 6 or 7 May. BCCI President Saurabh Ganguly and Bengal BJP President Dilip Ghosh have also been invited for tomorrow’s program.

Mamta’s swearing-in ceremony will take place at the Raj Bhavan’s town hall. After this Mamta Banerjee will go to the State Secretariat. The ceremony will be attended by prominent TMC leaders including Prashant Kishore. Apart from this, former Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharya, Viman Bose from Left Front, has also been invited for the swearing-in ceremony.

Mamta will take the post of CM for the third time
Mamta Banerjee will take over as the Chief Minister for the third time in the state. However, Mamta Banerjee herself has lost the election from Nandigram seat. However, 66-year-old Mamata Banerjee may again have to contest from a seat. Earlier, on 20 May 2011, Mamta was sworn in as Chief Minister for the first time on 20 May 2011 and for the second time on 27 May 2016.

TMC rule most after Congress, Left
Bengal ceded power to the Congress for 17 consecutive years from 1950, but in 1977, when the state faced political turmoil, it chose the Left. After this, Bengal won the entire seven assembly elections, not one or two to the Left. The Left ruled the entire 34 years with an overwhelming majority led by the CPM.

When the Left was over, Mamata’s Trinamool got power and she has been ruling Bengal with a comfortable majority for the last ten years. This time again she is returning with an overwhelming majority.

Met the governor
Mamta Banerjee was elected the leader of the party Legislature Party on 3 May. After the meeting was over, Mamta had said that the party would keep the program of swearing-in normal. He had said that till the country wins the war against Corona, we will not celebrate any form. Let us know that TMC has got 214 seats in the election. On the evening of May 3, Mamata Banerjee also met the Governor.

BJP encircles political violence
TMC is back in power again after the election results on 2 May. However, after the result, there have been reports of bloody clashes between BJP and TMC workers in many districts of the state. About 11 people died in it. There have also been reports of arson in BJP offices and party workers’ homes and shops.

BJP reached Supreme Court, PM also expressed concern
The party has petitioned the Supreme Court to demand the deployment of central forces to maintain law and order in the state. At the same time, a petition has been filed to investigate the violence with the CBI. Meanwhile, BJP President JP Nadda went to the house of violence affected activists on Tuesday and met his family members and lodged their protest against the incidents happening in the state.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also expressed concern with Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar about law and order. About 300 BJP workers and leaders from the state are also reported to have taken refuge in Assam. In the midst of all these matters, Mamata Banerjee seems to be politically surrounded. However, he has also accused his activists of attacking him with an appeal to maintain peace.

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