Three-time MLA Promod Sawant, who won the just-concluded 40-member Goa assembly election from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), was sworn in as the state’s chief minister for the second time in the presence of the prime minister on Monday. Narendra Modi and other prominent people. The swearing-in ceremony was held at the Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Indoor Stadium in Taleigaon, Goa. More than 10,000 people attended the event at the stadium.
In other news, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Punjab launched a scathing attack on the Center when Home Minister Amit Shah said the terms of service for employees of the Chandigarh Union Administration would now be linked to central civic services. The AAP has condemned the central government for “imposing other state officials and employees in the Chandigarh administration”.
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Prime Minister Modi has congratulated Promod Sawant for taking oath as Goa Chief Minister
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has congratulated Promod Sawant, who was sworn in as Goa Chief Minister on Monday. In a tweet, Prime Minister Modi wrote: “Congratulations
@DrPramodPSawant G and others who took oath in Goa today. I am confident that this whole team will provide good governance to the people of Goa and build on the pro-people work done over the last decade. “
Good luck DrPramodPSawant G and others who took oath in Goa today. I am confident this whole team will provide good governance to the people of Goa and build on the pro-people work done over the last decade. pic.twitter.com/s5zMyjPyVt– Narendra Modi (arenarendramodi) March 28, 2022
Will focus on job creation, tourism, resumption of mining activities: Goa Chief Minister Sawant
Goa Chief Minister Promod Sawant, who was sworn in on Monday, said the second term of his government in the state would focus on job creation, tourism and resumption of mining activities in Goa.
We will focus on job creation, tourism and resumption of mining activities in Goa in this second term of our government here: Chief Minister Promod Sawant pic.twitter.com/SkN4iDFRHn– ANI (ANI) March 28, 2022
Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann condemns Center for ‘imposing officers of other states’ in Chandigarh
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann condemned the Center and said that “the central government is gradually imposing other state and service officers and workers in the Chandigarh administration. It goes against the letter and spirit of the Punjab Reorganization Act 1966,” he said.
The central government is gradually phasing out officials and staff from other states and services in the Chandigarh administration. This goes against the letter and spirit of the Punjab Reorganization Act, 1966. Punjab will fight hard for its just claim on Chandigarh … — Bhagwant Mann (hagBhagwantMann) March 28, 2022
AAP will start ration delivery in Punjab
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has decided to start ration delivery in Punjab. Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said their officials would call the people at the same time to ask and deliver at the same time. “It’s an optional scheme,” he said.
AAP has decided to start distribution of rations at the doorstep for the people of Punjab. Our officers will call you at the same time to ask and deliver at that time. This is an optional plan: Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann pic.twitter.com/j6teFkMzDh– ANI (ANI) March 28, 2022
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was sworn in as a MLA in the UP Assembly
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Biswajit Rane, Mauvin Godinho, Ravi Naik, Nilesh Cabral, Subhash Shirodkar, Rohan Khante, Atanasio Monserrat and Govinda Gowda have been sworn in as Goa ministers.
Eight MLAs, all from BJP – Biswajit Rane, Mauvin Godinho, Ravi Naik, Nilesh Cabral, Subhash Shirodkar, Rohan Khante, Atanasio Monserrat and Govinda Gaure – Goa has been sworn in as a minister.
BJP’s Biswajit Rane, Mouvin Godinho, Ravi Naik, Nilesh Cabral, Subhash Shirodkar, Rohan Khante, Govinda Gaude and Atanasio Monserrat have been sworn in as Goa cabinet ministers. pic.twitter.com/CowfGUeED5– ANI (ANI) March 28, 2022
Promod Sawant was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Goa
On Monday, Promod Sawant was sworn in as the state’s chief minister for the second time in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other Union ministers, including Amit Shah, at the Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Stadium in Talegaon.
Prime Minister Modi arrives at Goa Stadium for the swearing-in ceremony of Promod Sawant
Prime Minister Modi has arrived at Dr Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Stadium to attend the swearing-in ceremony of Promod Sawant. BJP president JP Nadda, Haryana CM Khattar and Karnataka chief minister Basavaraj Bomai are also in the stadium for the function.
Happening to you | CM Yogi Adityanath meets Leader of Opposition in the Legislative Assembly Akhilesh Yadav during the swearing in of newly elected MLAs.
Promod Sawant has handed over the appointment order to the Governor of Goa
Before taking oath, Promod Sawant on Monday handed over the appointment order to the Governor of Goa at the Raj Bhavan.
Biswajit Rane, Mauvin Godinho, Ravi Naik, Nilesh Cabral, Subhash Shirodkar, Rohan Khante, Atanasio Monserrat and Govinda Gaur will be sworn in as ministers, ANI reported.
Goa | Chief Minister-designate Promod Sawant today handed over the appointment orders to Goa Governor Biswajit Rane, Mouvin Godinho, Ravi Naik, Nilesh Cabral, Subhash Shirodkar, Rohan Khante, Atanasio Monseret and Govinda Gowda to be sworn in as ministers. pic.twitter.com/2jO7X1AV56
– ANI (ANI) March 28, 2022
BJP fears growing AAP’s footprint: Manish Sisodia condemns Amit Shah
After Home Minister Amit Shah said that the terms of service of Chandigarh union administration employees would now be linked to the central civil services, AAP leader Manish Sisodia condemned the home minister for “snatching power from Chandigarh”, saying the BJP was “afraid of the AAP’s growing footprint”.
“Congress ruled Punjab from 2017 to 2022. Amit Shah did not take away the power of Chandigarh then. With the formation of AAP government in Punjab, Amit Shah took over the services of Chandigarh. The BJP is afraid to increase the footprint of the AAP, ”Manish Sisodia said in a tweet.
The Congress ruled Punjab from 2017 to 2022. Amit Shah did not take away the power of Chandigarh then.
With the formation of AAP government in Punjab, Amit Shah took over the services of Chandigarh.
The BJP fears the footsteps of the AAP. https://t.co/8Dnex4rcWG
– Manish Sisodia (msisodia) March 27, 2022
The wearing of black masks and black clothes is not allowed in the swearing in ceremony of Goa Chief Minister
People wearing black masks or black robes will not be allowed at the venue of Promod Sawant’s swearing-in ceremony, said state BJP chief Sadananda Shet Tanavade.
“People wearing black masks and black clothes will not be allowed inside the venue. However, the event is open to all, “he said.
More than 2,000 police have been deployed for security in Goa
Security has been beefed up in Goa ahead of the swearing-in ceremony of Goa Chief Minister-designate Promod Sawant. Drones and other technologies are being used, Goa DGP Indradev Shukla said, adding that railway stations, bus stands and hotels have been kept under strict surveillance.
About 2,000 Goa police personnel have been deployed, special teams from outside have arrived and the coast guard and navy have been kept on alert, the DGP added.
Goa | The Prime Minister, HM and at least 15 Chief Ministers of different states will be here tomorrow for the swearing-in ceremony of the Goa Chief Minister. About 2000 Goa police personnel were deployed, special teams arrived from outside. Coast Guard and Navy warned: DGP Indradev Shukla pic.twitter.com/UknBO6dHzv– ANI (ANI) March 27, 2022
The first session of the Goa Legislative Assembly from March 29
Goa Governor PS Sreedharan Pillai has called a two-day session of the new assembly from March 29, during which Promod Sawant, who will be sworn in on Monday, will have to seek a vote of confidence, officials said on Friday. New speakers will be elected during the session.
Discouraged by the defeat in the polls, the TMC has decided to expand its presence in Goa
The Trinamool Congress (TMC) seems disappointed with its poor performance in the recent Goa Assembly elections and has decided that it is not time to pack up yet. At a review meeting held on Saturday to dissect its performance in the state, the TMC decided to stay in Goa for the next five years to form and expand the team there.
The meeting was attended by about 60 leaders including Abhishek Banerjee, Derek O’Brien, Sushmita Dev, Ashok Tanwar and Sourav Chakraborty. National General Secretary Abhishek Banerjee has announced his decision to stay in Goa despite losing the election.
Yogi 2.0 starts speculating on portfolio distribution delays in cabinets
It has been two days since the swearing in of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and UP ministers, yet the portfolio has not been distributed. It was expected that the portfolio distribution would be announced soon after the swearing-in. The delay has now sparked controversy among top ministers over a possible feud over portfolio selection.
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