Odisha CM: Power changed in odisha after 24 years, Mohan Charan Majhi took oath as CM

BJP has come to power by winning 78 seats in the 147-member odisha assembly, while Patnaik-led BJD got 51, congress got 14, CPI(M) got one seat

Odisha CM: Power changed in odisha after 24 years, Mohan Charan Majhi took oath as CM

Mohan Charan Majhi

After 24 years, odisha has got a new CM. BJP's Mohan Charan Majhi took oath as chief minister on Wednesday. prime minister Narendra Modi, several Union Ministers and Chief Ministers attended his swearing-in ceremony. Like UP, madhya pradesh and chhattisgarh, bjp has adopted the same formula here too. Here too, two deputy chief ministers were sworn in as Kanak Vardhan Singh Dev and Pravati Parida.


Mohan Charan Majhi was elected mla from Keonjhar assembly for the fourth time. He was the chief whip of bjp in the previous assembly. governor Raghubar Das administered him the oath of cm post and secrecy at Janata Maidan. This is the first time that a bharatiya janata party (BJP) government has been formed in Odisha.

Apart from PM Modi, bjp chief JP Nadda, Union ministers amit shah, Rajnath Singh, Bhupendra Yadav, dharmendra Pradhan, Jual Oram, ashwini Vaishnav and others attended the swearing-in ceremony. Many chief ministers of BJP-ruled states including Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Rajasthan, madhya pradesh, Assam, Gujarat, chhattisgarh and uttarakhand were also present on the occasion.

Power changed in odisha after 24 years

BJD chief and former chief minister Naveen Patnaik also attended the oath ceremony. For the first time, the bjp got a clear mandate in odisha, ending the 24-year rule of the Biju Janata Dal (BJD).The bjp came to power by winning 78 seats in the 147-member assembly of the state, while Patnaik-led BJD got 51 seats, congress 14, CPI(M) got one seat and independent candidates won three seats.

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