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Assembly Elections 2021: Mamata Banerjee to take oath as CM on May 5

On Monday, senior party leader Parth Chatterjee informed about this. In the counting of votes held on Sunday, the TMC came again in power.

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Published on 3 May 2021 12:11 PM GMT

Assembly Elections 2021: Mamata Banerjee to take oath as CM on May 5
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New Delhi: Trinamool Congress Party supremo Mamta Banerjee will take oath as the Chief Minister of the state for the third time on 5 May.

Oath ceremony in May 5 in Bengal:

On Monday, senior party leader Parth Chatterjee informed about this. In the counting of votes held on Sunday, the Trinamool Congress returned to power in the state by winning more than 200 seats. At the same time, the BJP, which claimed to win more than 200 seats before the election, had to be satisfied with only 76 seats.

Mamata to take oath as CM for third time:

On Monday, senior party leader Parth Chatterjee informed about this. In the counting of votes held on Sunday, the Trinamool Congress came again in power in the state by winning more than 200 seats. At the same time, Mamata lost her seat in Nandigram.

In the TMC Legislature Party meeting held today, Mamata Banerjee was unanimously elected as the leader. Mamta Banerjee will take oath on 5 May but other cabinet members may take oath on 6 May.

TMC defeated BJP in West Bengal:

The TMC supremo may have defeated the BJP in the election battle of West Bengal, but Mamata Banerjee had to face defeat in the Nandigram seat. According to the data available on the Election Commission website, Shubhendu Adhikari of BJP defeated Mamta Banerjee by 1956 votes. The officer got a total of 1,107,64 votes, while Mamta Banerjee got 1,08,808 votes.

Let us know that the first phase of the 294 assembly seats in the state started on March 27, while the last phase was voted on April 29.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had held large election rallies in various parts of the state besides Kolkata's brigade ground. In these election rallies, PM Modi had attacked Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in a befitting manner. PM Modi's jumla didi o didi had become quite popular in the election rallies. Now PM Modi is being attacked for this jumla.

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