Maharashtra: Except Chief Minister other members are taking oath in the assembly
Maharashtra: Except Chief Minister other members are taking oath in the assembly

Mumbai: The swearing-in ceremony of the members of the 14th Legislative Assembly of Maharashtra, which started on Wednesday 27 November 2019, was different in that by the time the special session of the House started, neither the government nor the Chief Minister was appointed. Were. At the same time, Rajendra Bhagwat, Secretary in-charge of the State Legislative Assembly, said that the tradition has been going on for the last several decades that the Chief Minister takes the first oath and after that, the other members are administered the oath.

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On the other hand, according to information received from the sources, he said that the power test is done immediately or in the subsequent session. At the same time, the Chief Minister did not take oath in this case, but the members of the House were sworn in. Due to the interim order of the Supreme Court, it was mandatory for us to have the swearing-in ceremony. After the swearing in of all the members, the assembly will start without a chief and without a cabinet.

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If sources are to be believed, Bhagwat said that the Chief Minister will have to form a cabinet after taking an oath. The schedule of the next plenary session will be decided in the first meeting of the cabinet. The strength test will be in the same session. The special session of the assembly began on Wednesday morning to administer oaths to 288 MLAs in Maharashtra. Acting Speaker Kalidas Kolambkar is administering the oath to the MLAs. Ajit Pawar, Chhagan Bhujbal, Ashok Chavan and Prithviraj Chavan were among the first to take an oath. Members are being sworn in on the basis of seniority order. Kolambkar was appointed acting Speaker of the Assembly on Tuesday evening by Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari.

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