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Major News and Events of 14 March 2017

What Happened on 14 March 2017


Manohar Parrikar Sworn-in as Goa Chief Minister

As per reports, BJP leader Manohar Parrikar was sworn-in as chief minister of Goa, taking oath of office in Konkani. Parrikar had received 48 hours from the Supreme Court to prove majority on the floor of the house.

CM Okram Ibobi Singh Tenders his Resignation

As per reports, CM Okram Ibobi Singh resigned from his position on Monday amid the ongoing tussle between the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress to form the government in Manipur.

In the recently held assembly elections in Manipur, the BJP won 21 seats and claims of having support of 32 MLAs in the 60-member assembly. Earlier on Sunday, the BJP received much support from NPP’s four MLAs, lone LJP MLA and another four MLAs of the NPF.

 




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