Prime Minister Narendra Modi had congratulated Mamata Banerjee on taking oath as the Chief Minister of West Bengal for the third consecutive term.
Congratulations to Mamata Didi on taking oath as West Bengals Chief Minister,` said Prime Minister Modi in a tweet.
Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee greeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his congratulatory message on her taking oath as Bengal Chief Minister for the third time. The TMC chief said she is looking forward to the Centre’s sustained support.
Taking to social media, Mamata wrote, “Thank you Narendra Modi ji for your wishes. I look forward to the Centre’s sustained support keeping the best interest of WB in mind. I extend my full cooperation and hope together we can fight this pandemic amid other challenges and set a new benchmark for Centre-State relations.”
PM Modi had congratulated Mamata Banerjee on taking oath as the Chief Minister of West Bengal for the third consecutive term. “Congratulations to Mamata Didi on taking oath as West Bengal`s Chief Minister,” said Prime Minister Modi in a tweet.
Earlier in the day, Mamata was administered the oath of office by West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar. “I thank all the people who were looking at the Bengal elections. Our first priority is tackling COVID-19. Secondly, I urge all political parties to look around so that violence to be controlled. From today onwards, I am taking law and order into my hands. I will post the police accordingly to tackle the situation,” she said after taking the oath. “I will hold a big celebration once the pandemic is over,” she added.
Meanwhile, the Governor said that their first priority is to stop or end the worrisome violence which erupted in the state after the elections. “I congratulate Mamata Ji on her third term. Our priority is that we must bring an end to this senseless violence that has affected society at large. I have every hope that the CM on an urgent basis will take all steps to restore rule of law,” said Dhankhar.
Trinamool Congress secured 213 seats in the eight-phased West Bengal Assembly elections while BJP won 77 seats.