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Swearing-in of BJP alliance ministry on May 24

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 20 - The swearing-in ceremony of the new ministry of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led Government in the State will take place on May 24 from 3 pm in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Veterinary College playground, Khanapara here.

The oath-taking ceremony will also be attended by BJP national president Amit Shah besides Chief Ministers from various BJP-ruled States and other senior leaders of the party. Chief Ministers of all the northeastern States, besides a number of senior diplomats, will also be invited to the ceremony, which is expected to be attended by over a lakh people.

To be organised by the State Government, the ceremony will be followed by a NDA public meeting which will be addressed by the Prime Minister, a senior BJP spokesperson told The Assam Tribune.

While the saffron party, leading the alliance, won 60 seats, its allies Asom Gana Parishad and Bodo Peoples� Front (BPF) bagged 14 and 12 seats respectively in the Assembly polls, the results of which were announced on Thursday.

Today, the newly-elected legislators of the BJP and its allies met at the BJP party headquarters at Hengrabari � an event some of the senior leaders termed as an �unofficial legislature� meet of the alliance. The meeting was also attended by Members of Parliament, including Bijoya Chakravarty, Ramen Deka and RP Sharma, among others.

�It is on May 22 that the BJP legislators would first meet in its legislature party meeting, which will be followed by another joint legislature meeting of the alliance partners featuring the MLAs from the AGP and the BPF,� party sources said.

It is in these two meetings that BJP�s chief ministerial candidate Sarbananda Sonowal is expected to be formally elected as the leader of the joint legislative parties, paving the way for his oath-of-office as the next Chief Minister of Assam.

Meanwhile, both Sonowal and senior leader Himanta Biswa Sarma have been summoned by the party�s top leadership in New Delhi wherein discussion on the constituents on the new ministry would take place.

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Swearing-in of BJP alliance ministry on May 24

GUWAHATI, May 20 - The swearing-in ceremony of the new ministry of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led Government in the State will take place on May 24 from 3 pm in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Veterinary College playground, Khanapara here.

The oath-taking ceremony will also be attended by BJP national president Amit Shah besides Chief Ministers from various BJP-ruled States and other senior leaders of the party. Chief Ministers of all the northeastern States, besides a number of senior diplomats, will also be invited to the ceremony, which is expected to be attended by over a lakh people.

To be organised by the State Government, the ceremony will be followed by a NDA public meeting which will be addressed by the Prime Minister, a senior BJP spokesperson told The Assam Tribune.

While the saffron party, leading the alliance, won 60 seats, its allies Asom Gana Parishad and Bodo Peoples� Front (BPF) bagged 14 and 12 seats respectively in the Assembly polls, the results of which were announced on Thursday.

Today, the newly-elected legislators of the BJP and its allies met at the BJP party headquarters at Hengrabari � an event some of the senior leaders termed as an �unofficial legislature� meet of the alliance. The meeting was also attended by Members of Parliament, including Bijoya Chakravarty, Ramen Deka and RP Sharma, among others.

�It is on May 22 that the BJP legislators would first meet in its legislature party meeting, which will be followed by another joint legislature meeting of the alliance partners featuring the MLAs from the AGP and the BPF,� party sources said.

It is in these two meetings that BJP�s chief ministerial candidate Sarbananda Sonowal is expected to be formally elected as the leader of the joint legislative parties, paving the way for his oath-of-office as the next Chief Minister of Assam.

Meanwhile, both Sonowal and senior leader Himanta Biswa Sarma have been summoned by the party�s top leadership in New Delhi wherein discussion on the constituents on the new ministry would take place.