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Mamta Banerjee responded by swearing in the post of CM, Governor advised to rein in violence

West Bengal Assembly Election 2021: TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee (Mamata Banerjee) was sworn in as Chief Minister after a sweeping victory in the state assembly elections in West Bengal.

Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo Mamata Banerjee was sworn in as the Chief Minister of West Bengal on Wednesday after a landslide victory in the state assembly elections in West Bengal (West Bengal Assembly Election 2021). Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar administered him the oath of office and secrecy at a simple ceremony held at Raj Bhavan amidst the growing outbreak of COVID-19.

Banerjee took oath in Bengali. Apart from TMC leaders like Partha Chatterjee and Subrata Mukherjee, election strategists Prashant Kishore and Banerjee’s nephew Abhishek Banerjee, who played a key role in TMC’s victory, were present at the function. Banerjee said that his first priority after assuming office would be to deal with the COVID-19 situation. Soon after taking oath, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee appealed to all political parties to ensure peace. Mamta said on political violence that the administrative system of Bengal was under the Election Commission, now we will deal with the mess.

What did the Governor say to Mamta on the violence?

At the same time, at the swearing-in ceremony of Mamta, Governor Jagdeep Dhankar said, “Our first priority is to end the violence in the state after the elections.” The Governor of West Bengal said, “I congratulate Mamta 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 CM will take all steps to restore the rule of law on an urgent basis.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also tweeted after Mamta Banerjee was sworn in. He wrote, ‘Congratulations to Mamta Didi for taking oath as Chief Minister of West Bengal.’ Let me tell you that in the elections held in West Bengal in 292 seats, the Trinamool Congress won 213 seats, while the BJP was able to increase its strength in the Assembly from three to 77 seats.