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Mar 06, 2018
8:25AM

Newly elected MLAs of BJP & IPFT to meet in Agartala to elect leader of their legislature party

Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari and Jual Oram have been appointed as the party's Central observers to oversee the matters related to formation the first BJP led government in the state.

AIR correspondent reports, newly elected all members of BJP and its ally IPFT will hold their first meeting today in Agartala at around 11 O'clock in the State Guest House. BJP party sources said in that meeting the Chief Minister's name will be decided.

BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav will be present at the meeting.

After the meeting with elected and core committee members, the Central observers will submit their report to the BJP Parliamentary Board for final announcement of the name of the Chief Minister.

Party sources also said the oath-taking ceremony is likely to be held on 9th March.

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