Yogi Adityanath has reached Raj Bhavan to demand the formation of a government in Uttar Pradesh

Government in the state. The BJP, which has returned to power in key states, will elect its legislature party leader on Thursday. Veteran BJP leader and Union Home Minister Amit Shah has been appointed as the party’s observer to form the government in the state. It is certain that Adityanath will be retained as the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh while the party will have to discuss the names of the deputy chief ministers, sources said.

Former chief minister Keshab Prasad Maurya, who lost the assembly elections, and Dinesh Sharma, Baby Rani Maurya, Brijesh Pathak, Swatantra Dev Singh and AK Sharma are among the names to be discussed, they said. However, sources suggested that the BJP may continue with Maurya as the Deputy Chief Minister.

After taking oath on March 16, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in their first meeting on Wednesday. In a wave of change, the Aam Aadmi Party has won 92 seats in the 117-member state assembly in the recent elections. .

Mann met Modi at his office in Parliament. Mann has promised multiple measures against corruption and for the welfare of the people of the state.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has won the hearts of the people again after the Uttarakhandi hat was sworn in by Pushkar Singh Dhami as the Chief Minister of the state on Wednesday. Dhami began his second term in a ceremony where eight members of his new cabinet were also sworn in. Brahma Kamal, the state flower of Uttarakhand, was greeted loudly as he appeared on stage wearing an embossed black hat. Audience. Modi wore caps to many of his election rallies during the state assembly election campaign.

Rekha Arya, the only female minister in Dhamir’s cabinet, also caught everyone’s attention as she arrived at the ceremony wearing a traditional Kumaoni dress and adorned with a large nose ring. Former Assembly Speaker Premchand Agarwal, who made his debut as a minister on Wednesday, stood while taking oath in Sanskrit.

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