- Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee sworn in as Chief Minister of West Bengal for the third consecutive time
- Advising Mamata, Governor Dhankar said that the post-election violence in the state has to be stopped.
- Mamta Banerjee said- I will not tolerate violence, after today such incident should not happen in West Bengal
Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee sworn in as the Chief Minister of West Bengal for the third consecutive time. He was sworn in by Governor Jagdeep Dhankar. Advising Mamata Banerjee after her swearing in, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar said that post-election
Congratulating Mamata Banerjee for her third term, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar said, ‘I congratulate Mamata ji for her third term. Our priority is that we should put an end to this violence, which has affected the society at large. I sincerely hope that the CM will immediately take all necessary steps to restore law and order. ‘
Governor’s advice – violence is not good for democracy
The governor said, ‘Let there be a rule of law and order in Bengal. Violence is not good for democracy. Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar said that post-election violence in West Bengal has to be stopped. It is expected that the Chief Minister will work in this direction.
On this, Mamata Banerjee assured the governor and appealed for peace from all political parties. He said, ‘I will not tolerate violence. Such an incident should not happen after today. Mamta Banerjee said that ’till now the administrative system of Bengal was under the Election Commission, now we will deal with the disturbances’.
BJP MLAs take oath against ‘politics of hate’
During the swearing-in of Mamata Banerjee, BJP MLAs took oath ‘against the politics of hate’ at the Kolkata office of BJP at around 10.45 am. BJP has been protesting in different parts of the country to protest the post-election violence in Bengal. In the BJP office in Kolkata, JP Nadda said, ‘As the results have come, there has been a massacre of political violence here. We will fight this battle till the turning point. ‘
Photos of Partition time are refreshing – Nadda
JP Naddi told BJP MLAs, ‘The pictures I saw at the time of Partition were looking fresh. Those who should be protected are the people responsible for this violence. Such people take an oath, everyone has the right to take oath in democracy, but we also take an oath that political violence will end from the soil of Bengal. ‘
JP Nadda further said, ‘We will carry forward the Prime Minister’s resolve to bring Bengal into the mainstream of development. We will play a new story of development, playing the role of a creative opposition. ‘
Mamta Banerjee-Jagdeep Dhankar