Mamta Banerjee sworn in as Chief Minister for the third time

Mamta Banerjee won a landslide victory in the Bengal election to achieve a third straight term.

New Delhi:

In the shadow of Kovid and post-election violence in some parts of the state, Mamta Banerjee was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Bengal for the third time today.

Mamta Banerjee swore in Bengali in her trademark white saree and shawl. The remaining members of the Cabinet and the Council of Ministers will be sworn in on May 9, the birth anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore.

The oath-taking ceremony took place in the “throne room” at Raj Bhavan with Kovid protocol.

Mamta Banerjee won a landslide victory in the Bengal election to achieve a third straight term. The Trinamool won 213 out of 292 seats, while the strongest rival BJP came second with 77 seats.

Mamta Banerjee will head her office, Nabana, where she will be given the Guard of Honor by the Kolkata Police.

He is expected to start his new term with a position with Kovid in the state and a meeting with top officials on law and order.

Since the election decision on Sunday, there have been clashes in both the Trinamool Congress and the BJP. Both parties have held the blame for the violence.

Mamta Banerjee told NDTV yesterday that she was confident that the BJP was trying to create a stir in the state after its defeat. “This is their child. They have made the situation worse. Some sporadic incidents happen, but it will be dealt with. It happens in every state after the election. I don’t want any violence or anything. BJP to create communal clashes Trying. ” Due to her embarrassing defeat, “she said, she was insisting that she not tell her supporters to stay indoors and celebrate.

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