Bengal violence delays BJP meet on new Assam CM | India News – Times of India

Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal with Himanta Biswa Sharma (File photograph)

GUWAHATI: Assam is being pressured to attend out the wave of put up-ballot violence in neighbouring Bengal earlier than BJP reveals who its subsequent CM might be.
Union agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar, who was scheduled to reach within the state on Tuesday as a parliamentary board observer tasked to get suggestions on the contenders, postponed his journey on the final second.
Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, who’s seen as a possible CM-in-ready, stated the “whole process of government formation” had been delayed by the “unexpected situation” in Bengal. “Our national president JP Nadda is currently in Bengal to take stock of the situation. After he returns to New Delhi, the parliamentary board will sit.”
Sarma clarified that any such delay did not imply that authorities formation had been left “hanging” because the election outcomes had been declared utterly solely on Monday.
State BJP chief Ranjeet Kumar Dass stated the parliamentary board might meet late Tuesday whereas the observer would arrive on Wednesday to take the method ahead.
Dass denied there was any battle throughout the get together on its selection of CM. “It is a settled matter that one among the two leaders (incumbent Sarbananda Sonowal and Sarma) will become the chief minister,” he stated.
If Sonowal is retained, he’ll change into the primary non-Congress CM for 2 consecutive phrases. In the occasion of Sarma making the minimize, he’ll change into the third ex-Aasu chief to get the CM put up and the second after Sonowal to be chosen for the put up after crossing over from one other get together.


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