MK Stalin Takes Oath as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister for First Time
DMK president MK Stalin on Friday took oath as the chief minister of Tamil Nadu for the first time. His swearing-in ceremony was held at Raj Bhavan in Chennai. Governor Banwarilal Purohit administered the oath of office and secrecy to Stalin and his Cabinet ministers.
The DMK won 133 seats in the April 6 Assembly polls and along with allies, including Congress, garnered a total of 159 constituencies in the 234-member Assembly. The AIADMK won 66 segments and its partners BJP and PMK, four and five seats respectively.
The Governor on Wednesday appointed Stalin as Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and invited him to form the government after he staked claim, submitting a letter on his election as legislature party leader.
Ahead of the swearing-in Stalin’s Cabinet of 34 members, including him, received the approval of the governor on Thursday. While the DMK chief has retained senior leaders like Duraimurugan, 15 members shall be ministers for the first time.
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