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Jaya to be sworn in as CM today

By The Assam Tribune

CHENNAI, May 15 � Jayalalithaa, who ensured a landslide victory for AIADMK in the Tamil Nadu Assembly polls, will be sworn in as Chief Minister tomorrow for a third term along with 33 others in her Cabinet in which she will retain police and home portfolios, reports PTI.

The swearing-in ceremony of the 63-year-old leader will take place at the historic Madras University�s centenary auditorium at 12.15 PM where Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and CPI general secretary A B Bardhan will be present.

The details of the swearing-in ceremony and the ministers to be inducted were taken at a meeting Jayalalithaa had with Governor S S Barnala shortly after she was elected leader of the AIADMK legislature party.

In keeping with Tamil Nadu�s political practice, it will be a single-party government despite AIADMK winning the elections in alliance with some other parties.

While 25 of the 34 members to be sworn in tomorrow will be youngsters and new faces, it will also include veterans like O Pannerselvam who was chief minister for a short time in 2001 when she could not assume the post because of legal problems. He will hold Finance now.

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Jaya to be sworn in as CM today

CHENNAI, May 15 � Jayalalithaa, who ensured a landslide victory for AIADMK in the Tamil Nadu Assembly polls, will be sworn in as Chief Minister tomorrow for a third term along with 33 others in her Cabinet in which she will retain police and home portfolios, reports PTI.

The swearing-in ceremony of the 63-year-old leader will take place at the historic Madras University�s centenary auditorium at 12.15 PM where Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and CPI general secretary A B Bardhan will be present.

The details of the swearing-in ceremony and the ministers to be inducted were taken at a meeting Jayalalithaa had with Governor S S Barnala shortly after she was elected leader of the AIADMK legislature party.

In keeping with Tamil Nadu�s political practice, it will be a single-party government despite AIADMK winning the elections in alliance with some other parties.

While 25 of the 34 members to be sworn in tomorrow will be youngsters and new faces, it will also include veterans like O Pannerselvam who was chief minister for a short time in 2001 when she could not assume the post because of legal problems. He will hold Finance now.

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