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Shivraj Singh Chauhan will get the command of MP

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As per the media reports, The control of Madhya Pradesh can once again go into the instructions of Shivraj Singh Chauhan. It is proclaimed from specialists that Shivraj Singh Chauhan will be taken as the name of the government party today. The legislature party will watch this meeting through video conferencing from Observer Delhi.

At the same time, after the political turbulence in Madhya Pradesh, the Bharatiya Janata Party rule is going to be completed. With this, the Raj Bhavan has given time for the swearing-in of the Chief Minister at 9 pm. The oath of Chief Minister will be held in Madhya Pradesh at 9 pm.

After this, Shivraj Singh Chauhan will take oath as Chief Minister this twilight for the fourth term. Swearing due to coronavirus will be with simplicity. Formation of the oath has started within the Raj Bhavan. A mini cabinet can also be sworn in with them. It is thought that very few people will take part in this swearing-in.

Shivraj will be the chief minister for the fourth time

If Shivraj Singh Chauhan holds the oath of the post of CM today, he will take charge of Madhya Pradesh for the fourth season. He first became the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh on 29 November 2005. After this, he became CM for the second time on 12 December 2008. On 8 December 2013, Shivraj was sworn in as CM for the third time.

Scindia destroyed Kamal Nath’s recreation

Kamal Nath was showing over the government after the disaster when Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia was disgruntled with the Congress party. MLA close to Scindia went to Bangalore and Scindia came to Delhi. Then he met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. After this, Scindia united BJP.

Kamal Nath’s departure

After this, the matter reached the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court ordered the Kamal Nath government to conduct a floor test immediately. After the order, the speaker approved the resignation of all 16 MLAs and before the floor test, Kamal Nath resigned as the chief minister.

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