V Narayanasamy sworn-in as Chief Minister of Puducherry

Posted on:07 Jun 2016 09:13:01
V Narayanasamy sworn-in as Chief Minister of Puducherry
07 June 2016 Current Affairs: Congress Legislature Party leader V Narayanasamy was sworn-in as Chief Minister of the Union Territory of Puducherry on 6 June 2016. Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi administered his oath of office and secrecy along with five ministers at Gandhi Thidal in Beach Road.

Five Congress legislators who were also sworn-in as ministers are A Namassivayam, Shah Jahan, Malladi Krishna Rao, M Kandasamy and R Kamalakannan.

V Narayanasamy  :  He represented Puducherry in Rajya Sabha for three terms. He was elected to Lok Sabha in 2009 and served as Minister of State Parliamentary Affairs in UPA-I.In UPA-II, he served as Minister of State in Prime Minister's Office. Narayanasamy is not a member of the house hence he will need to face polls in 6 months.

Earlier on 19 May 2016, Congress - DMK alliance has 17 members in the 30 member Territorial Assembly. DMK which has 2 members in the Assembly will be supporting the Government from outside.

Of the four regions of the Union Territory, Mahe alone do not have representation in the Council of Ministers.
Congress Legislature Party leader V Narayanasamy was sworn-in as Chief Minister of the Union Territory of Puducherry on 6 June 2016. Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi administered his oath of office and secrecy along with five ministers at Gandhi Thidal in Beach Road.

Five Congress legislators who were also sworn-in as ministers are A Namassivayam, Shah Jahan, Malladi Krishna Rao, M Kandasamy and R Kamalakannan.

V Narayanasamy  :  He represented Puducherry in Rajya Sabha for three terms. He was elected to Lok Sabha in 2009 and served as Minister of State Parliamentary Affairs in UPA-I.In UPA-II, he served as Minister of State in Prime Minister's Office. Narayanasamy is not a member of the house hence he will need to face polls in 6 months.

Earlier on 19 May 2016, Congress - DMK alliance has 17 members in the 30 member Territorial Assembly. DMK which has 2 members in the Assembly will be supporting the Government from outside.

Of the four regions of the Union Territory, Mahe alone do not have representation in the Council of Ministers.

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