Shivraj Chauhan likely to take oath as CM of Madhya Pradesh Today

Bharatiya Janata Party veteran Shivraj Singh Chauhan may become the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh for the fourth time.

Yogita S.

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Published on 23 March 2020 10:20 AM GMT

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Bhopal: Bharatiya Janata Party veteran Shivraj Singh Chauhan may become the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh for the fourth time.

According to reports quoting sources in the media, Shivraj Singh Chauhan will be elected as the leader of the legislative party on Monday. The legislature party will monitor this meeting through video conferencing from the Observer Delhi.

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Shivraj Singh Chauhan will take the oath as Chief Minister for the fourth time with simplicity due to Corona virus. Preparations for the oath have begun within the Raj Bhavan. The small cabinet can also take oath with them. It is believed that very few people will be involved in this swearing-in.

Kamal Nath Govt lost his Chair:

Few days ago when Jyotiraditya Scindia left the Indian National Congress, then Congress party faced a huge loss in party. Not only from MP but also from Gujarat, MLAs left the party and joined hands with BJP.

Kamal Nath govt in Madhya Pradesh failed to show their floor test in Vidhan Sabha and then Kamal Nath resigned from CM seat. Kamal Nath visited Governor Lal Ji Tandon and gave his resignation.

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Resignation of Congress MLAs :

The speaker accepted the resignation of rebel MLAs of Congress. Earlier, the Congress Party also accepted the resignation of the MLAs. Speaker Narmada Prasad Prajapati has said, “I am saddened by what is happening. The silence of the constitution is uncomfortable and unbearable. I have already told you what I have to say about the resignation of rebel ministers and MLAs.”

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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