PM Modi to attend Nagaland and Meghalaya CMs oath taking Ceremony
The swearing in ceremony of Tripura' Chief Minister will be held on Wednesday
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the oath taking ceremony of the new Chief Ministers of Meghalaya and Nagaland on Tuesday. The swearing in ceremony of Tripura’ Chief Minister will be held on Wednesday. National Democratic Progressive Party’s Neiphiu Rio and National People’s Party’s Conrad Sangma will become the new Chief Ministers of Nagaland and Meghalaya.
PM Modi will attend the oath taking ceremony of New Government of Meghalaya in Shilong at 11.AM on Tuesday.
Afterwards,he will join the next oath-taking ceremony of the Nagaland government scheduled to be held at 1:45 pm in Kohima on the same day. Notably, Tripura’s CM will take oath in Agartala at 11 am on Wednesday.
Notably,NDPP leader Neiphiu Rio joined hands with BJP to mark victory in the state by winning 37 of 60 seats. Out of the total won seats, NDP secured 25 seats, and BJP won 12 seats. However, things were not this much easy in Meghalaya, where different political factions claimed their majority in the elections and right to form the government. At the end, Conrad Sangma’s NPP coalition got the support from United Democratic Party (UDP) and the People’s Democratic Front (PDF) on Sunday.
Tripura will witness the formation of BJP government on Wednesday, where the BJP’s CM candidate will take oath on Wednesday. In the state assembly elections in Tripura, the BJP-IPFT alliance won 32 seats, and qualified to make the government in the state.