Mohan Yadav to take his oath tomorrow as Madhya Pradesh’s new elected CM, PM Modi likely to attend the oath taking ceremony

Mohan Yadav, the newly elected Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh will take his oath on Wednesday and arrangements are made for the occasion, the sources close to him said in a statement.

The oath-taking ceremony will most likely be graced by the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, among others, sources revealed the PTI. The event will be h.ld at the Lal Parade Ground in the state capital. “Elaborate arrangements are being made for the function, where a large number of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers, especially from Yadav’s hometown Ujjain, will gather,” a source stated.

Yadav is 58 years-old and is a minister in the Chouhan government, was elected unanimously after the party denied former chief minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan a chance to be the CM for the fifth time. His name was announced during a meeting on Monday. The state of Madhya Pradesh will also have two deputy chief ministers and they will be Rajendra Shukla and Jagdish Devda.

Narendra Singh Tomar, a Senior BJP leader who also happens to be the newly-elected MLA will be the new assembly speaker. While he was also one among the contenders for the Chief Minister’s post.

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