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Mamata Banerjee's swearing-in today, oath-taking to be low-key due to COVID-19 pandemic

Mamata Banerjee’s swearing-in in the present day, oath-taking to be low-key on account of COVID-19 pandemic | Information

Kolkata: The swearing-in of Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee as chief minister at Raj Bhavan on Wednesday morning will likely be a low-key programme, scheduled to be held at round 10.45 am, given the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar mentioned that just a few invitees will likely be current on the programme due to the continuing COVID-19 disaster.
Invites for the programme have been despatched to her predecessor Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, chief of Opposition of the outgoing Home Abdul Mannan and CPI(M) veteran chief Biman Bose, mentioned an official on Tuesday.
Chief ministers of different states and leaders of different political events haven’t been invited for the programme maintaining in thoughts the present COVID-19 scenario within the nation, the official advised PTI.
“It has been determined to maintain the oath-taking ceremony of Mamata Banerjee a quite simple one due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Banerjee would be the solely chief who will likely be taking oath tomorrow. The programme will likely be a really transient one,” PTI quoted the official as saying. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has additionally been invited for the ceremony, the official mentioned.
Trinamool Congress MP Abhishek Banerjee, ballot strategist Prashant Kishor and social gathering chief Firhad Hakim are prone to be current on the ceremony scheduled to be held on the Raj Bhavan at round 10.45 am on Might 5, TMC sources mentioned.
The TMC has come to energy for the third time in a row in West Bengal, pocketing 213 of the 292 meeting seats that went to polls. The BJP has bagged 77 seats.
Notably, a day after the Trinamool Congress emerged victorious within the West Bengal Meeting elections, a number of incidents of violence that allegedly left many BJP staff lifeless and injured had been reported in West Bengal on Sunday. 
Earlier on Monday, the Ministry of House Affairs has sought a report from the state authorities on the post-election violence “concentrating on opposition political staff within the state”.
The Nationwide Human Rights Fee (NHRC) on Tuesday took cognisance of the alleged post-poll violence in West Bengal and ordered an investigation fact-finding workforce to conduct a spot inquiry and submit a report on the earliest, ideally inside two weeks.
In an announcement, the NHRC identified allegations of deaths of some individuals within the violent incidents. “The political staff allegedly clashed with one another, social gathering places of work had been torched down and a few houses had been ransacked & valuables additionally looted. District Administration & native Legislation & order enforcement companies seem to not have acted to cease such violation of human rights of the affected individuals,” the fee mentioned. 
The NHRC additional mentioned, “Contemplating as a match case of alleged violation of Proper to Lifetime of the harmless residents, the Fee has in the present day taken suo-motu cognizance of the matter and has requested its DIG (Investigation) to represent a workforce of the officers of the Investigation Division of the Fee to conduct an on the spot fact-finding investigation and to submit a report on the earliest, ideally inside two weeks.”
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