West Bengal Politics: Trinamool Congress has registered its victory in the West Bengal Assembly elections for the third time and TMC Chief Mamata Banerjee will take oath of the post of CM for the third time today. At the same time, the BJP will hold a sit-in across the country against the violence in Bengal.
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West Bengal Politics: In the West Bengal Assembly elections, TMC, Trinamool Congress has once again registered a bumper victory, but since the victory, reports of violence are continuously coming out from Bengal. In view of this, the central government has taken a tough stance. Today, the BJP has announced a sit-in across the country. Today, TMC Chief Mamta Banerjee will take oath of the post of CM of West Bengal for the third time with utmost simplicity at Raj Bhavan at 10.45 am. Also Read – WB Election 2021: Turbulence in the last one, bomb blasts in three places, Mithun Da said this…
Today’s swearing-in ceremony of Mamta Banerjee will be very simple in view of the Corona epidemic and in view of this only 50 people have been invited to the ceremony. These include former CM Buddhadeb Bhattacharya, Bengal BJP President Dilip Ghosh, Congress State President Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary and BCCI Chief Sourav Ganguly. The oath taking program has been kept very short. This program will be of only 55 minutes. After swearing in, Mamta Banerjee will go directly to Nabanna, where she will be given the Guard of Honor. Also Read – Bengal Elections 2021: CM Mamata Banerjee cancels all election meetings, programs to be virtual now
Let us know that in the West Bengal Assembly elections, TMC has come to power for the third consecutive time by winning 213 seats out of 292, while the BJP has won 77 seats. At the same time, others have won two seats.
BJP’s strike today against the violence in Bengal across the country
The central government has taken a tough stance on the violence that continued after the assembly election results in Bengal. On Monday, after the Union Home Ministry sought a report from the state government, on Tuesday, PM Modi called Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar and expressed concern over the violence and asked to take steps to stop it.
BJP Chief JP Nadda, who arrived in Kolkata amid reports of violence, condemned the attacks on BJP workers and termed it as violence at the time of Partition. The heat of violence in Bengal also reached the Supreme Court, where two petitions have been filed to stop and investigate it. The BJP will stage a sit-in across the country against violence in Bengal on Wednesday. In Kolkata, JP Nadda himself will sit on a dharna.