Tripura Politics: Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha has resigned from his post. Saha went to the Raj Bhavan on Friday and submitted his resignation to the Governor. After leaving the Raj Bhavan, Saha told that today I have submitted my resignation to the Governor and the Governor has asked me to continue as Chief Minister till the new government is formed. The swearing-in ceremony is likely to take place on March 8.
Agartala | Today I have submitted my resignation to the Governor and the Governor has asked me to continue as CM till the new government is formed. Swearing-in ceremony most likely to be held on March 8: Tripura CM Manik Saha pic.twitter.com/ptIos7b2N3
— ANI (@ANI) March 3, 2023
BJP gets absolute majority in Tripura, wins 32 out of 60 seats
BJP has got absolute majority in Tripura assembly elections. BJP candidates have won 32 out of 60 assembly seats in the state. Even after the election results on Thursday, Saha had said that the date for the swearing-in ceremony would be decided after consulting the central leadership.
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BJP has won 32 seats, Tipra Motha Party 13, Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura 1, Congress 3 and Communist Party of India (Marxist) 11 in the Tripura assembly elections.
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