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Mamata becomes Bengal’s CM for the third time, PM congratulates, the edict of Governor

Mamta Banerjee has become the Chief Minister of West Bengal for the third consecutive time. Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated her after taking oath as Mamata's CM. . He tweeted and wrote, "Congratulations to Mamta Didi on swearing in as the Chief Minister of West Bengal".

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Mamata Banerjee has become the Chief Minister of West Bengal for the third consecutive time. Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated her after taking oath as Mamata’s CM. . He tweeted and wrote, “Congratulations to Mamata Didi on swearing-in as the Chief Minister of West Bengal”.

This is the first time that the TMC government has been formed in Bengal for the third time in a row. Mamata Banerjee took oath as Chief Minister at Raj Bhavan at 10.45 am. Due to Corona, few people were present in the swearing-in ceremony.

After the swearing in of CM, Governor Jagdeep Dhankar also gave advice to Mamata Banerjee,

I congratulate Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for the third term. It is expected that the rule will run according to the constitution and the rule of law. Our priority is to end this insensitive violence. It is expected that the Chief Minister will take immediate steps to restore the rule of law.

In the West Bengal Assembly elections, TMC came to power for the third consecutive time by winning 213 out of 292 seats. BJP has won 77 seats. At the same time, others have won two seats.

JP Nadda picket

BJP Chief JP Nadda is sitting on a dharna in Kolkata today. Let me tell you that after winning the election of Mamata Banerjee’s party TMC, there were reports of violence from Bengal continuously. BJP claims that BJP workers have been attacked by TMC supporters.

The pictures I saw at the time of Partition were looking fresh. Those who should be protected are the people responsible for the violence of this violence. Such people take an oath, everyone has the right to take oath in democracy, but we also take an oath that political violence will end from the soil of Bengal.

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