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Oath Ceremony: Mohan Charan Majhi to sworn in as CM of Odisha today, PM Modi to attend ceremony

Now BJP government is going to be formed in Odisha. Preparations for the oath ceremony of the BJP government are almost complete. Keonjhar MLA Mohan Charan Majhi will take oath as the Chief Minister of Odisha today itself. Along with him, KV Singh Dev and Pravati Parida will also take oath as Deputy CMs.

By: Ruchi Upadhyay  Pardaphash Group
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Oath Ceremony: Mohan Charan Majhi to sworn in as CM of Odisha today, PM Modi to attend ceremony

Oath ceremony: Now BJP government is going to be formed in Odisha. Preparations for the oath ceremony of the BJP government are almost complete. Keonjhar MLA Mohan Charan Majhi will take oath as the Chief Minister of Odisha today itself. Along with him, KV Singh Dev and Pravati Parida will also take oath as Deputy CMs. Senior leaders of BJP including Prime Minister Narendra Modi can attend this oath ceremony. The oath ceremony will take place today at 5 pm.

BJP legislature party meeting was held on Tuesday. In this meeting Mohan Majhi was elected the leader of the legislative party. The BJP had appointed senior party leaders Rajnath Singh and Bhupendra Yadav as central observers for the election of legislature party leader in Odisha. Mohan Majhi will take oath as Chief Minister today after being elected leader of the legislative party. After taking oath as Chief Minister, he will go to Puri for darshan of Lord Jagannath.

Let us tell you that this time BJP has expressed confidence in Majhi, who has won from the same assembly constituency four times and has appointed him the Chief Minister of Odisha. In the Odisha Assembly elections, BJP stopped Biju Janata Dal’s Vijayrath in the state and registered a big victory. BJP won 78 out of 147 seats. The party had contested the elections under the leadership of PM Modi without declaring a chief ministerial candidate. On the other hand, Biju Janata Dal won 51 seats.

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