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Mamata Banerjee Oath Ceremony: Mamata Banerjee becomes Chief Minister for the third consecutive time, Governor administered oath

Mamta Banerjee has sworn in as Chief Minister for the third consecutive time at Raj Bhavan. Mamta Banerjee has been sworn in by Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar.

Mamata Banerjee Oath Ceremony: The West Bengal assembly election is over. The Trinamool Congress has registered a resounding victory in West Bengal under the leadership of Mamata Banerjee. In such a situation, TMC supremo Mamta Banerjee has once again become the Chief Minister of the state. Mamta Banerjee has sworn in as Chief Minister for the third consecutive time at Raj Bhavan. Mamta Banerjee has been sworn in by Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar. During this time many important people were invited to attend the swearing-in ceremony. Also Read – Congress said- TMC workers also attacked our workers, handle the situation Mamta Banerjee

Mamta Banerjee arrived in Raj Bhavan in a white colored sari and took an oath in Bengali. Let me tell you that Mamta Banerjee is currently in a meeting. Mamata Banerjee will address a press conference at three o’clock and will share information to the press. Please tell that after the end of elections in Bengal, many people have been murdered so far. After which Mamta Banerjee has said that she is in favor of peace and action will be taken against the accused. In this regard, Governor Jagdip Dhankar has said that it is expected that Mamata Banerjee will follow the rules of the constitution and take strict action against those involved in the violence. Also Read – West Bengal: Mamta Banerjee convenes high level meeting on violence after election results, action will be taken

Let us know that the results of the West Bengal elections have come on 2 May. According to the results, Mamta Banerjee has registered a landslide victory in this election. BJP has won 77 seats. But the CPM and the Congress Party have been cleared. Also Read – BJP MP warns, TMC MPs, Chief Ministers, MLAs will also have to come to Delhi

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