Himanta Biswa Sarma is the new CM of Assam | India News
GUWAHATI – BJP Strongest Man in the Northeast, Himanta Biswa, 52 Cable He will be sworn in as Assam’s next top minister on Monday.
On Sunday, the BJP legislature party unanimously elected him as party leader in the chamber in the presence of BJP central observer Narendra Singh Tomar, ending a six-day period of speculation about the CM’s face.
BJP partners in NDA, Asom Gana Parishad and the United People’s Party Liberal later announced their support for Sarma.
Tomar announced Sarma’s name after outgoing Prime Minister Sarbananda. Sonowal proposed his name at the legislative party meeting, which was seconded by BJP status President Ranjeet Kumar Dass.
Earleir, the day before going to the legislative party meeting, Sonowal submitted his resignation to the governor, Professor Jagdish Mukhi.
BJP Parliamentarian On Saturday, the board decided that Sarma’s name and Sundya’s leadership party meeting were just a formality.
The results of the elections were released on May 2, but the debate about who the CM will be started because, unlike in 2016, the BJP did not name a ministerial candidate in this election. In 2016 PM Narendra modi he himself had announced Sonowal’s name as a CM candidate.
But, the process of formation of the new government in the state and the appointment of the prime minister had to be kept on hold by the central leadership of the BJP due to the situation in Bengal that arose from the unprecedented violence following the elections on 3 May. May.
Nadda ran to West Bengal and without her presence the parliamentary board, which would have made the decision on the CM, could not be convened.