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Babul Supriyo to take oath as TMC MLA tomorrow as impasse clears | Latest News India

Dhankhar not too long ago entrusted deputy speaker Asish Banerjee to administer the oath of office to Supriyo. Banerjee, nonetheless, refused to perform the accountability, saying it’s inappropriate for him to carry out the responsibility when the speaker is in office.

Kolkata: Former Union minister Babul Supriyo, who gained the April 12 by-election from Kolkata’s Ballygunge meeting seat, will take oath as a Trinamool Congress member of the legislative meeting (MLA) on Wednesday.

An impasse was created over the swearing-in ceremony as a result of seven months in the past Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar withdrew meeting speaker Biman Banerjee’s energy to administer the oath of office to MLAs. Dhankhar’s September 2021 order probably opened up one other entrance within the long-running battle between the state’s prime constitutional authority and the federal government.

Dhankhar not too long ago entrusted deputy speaker Asish Banerjee to administer the oath of office to Supriyo. Banerjee, nonetheless, refused to perform the accountability, saying it’s inappropriate for him to carry out the responsibility when the speaker is in office.

On Tuesday, Asish Banerjee agreed to step in for the reason that governor didn’t reply to the state authorities’s request to learn out the oath to the previous Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief.

“I am very happy. All’s well that ends well. It’s a new beginning,” Supriyo informed HT.


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