The DMK president MK Stalin sworn as the CM of Tamil Nadu

The DMK president MK Stalin in Chennai on Friday morning sworn as the chief minister of Tamil Nadu. After A Remarkable victory in the 2019 general elections, he navigated the DMK party towards power. In the 234-member assembly, the DMK won 125 seats. Whereas 4 from the Mdmk, two from the MMK, one each from the TVK, and the KNMK. Thus, summing up to 133 in total.

The swearing-in ceremony took place at the lawns of Raj Bhavan in Chennai. Due to the covid-19, the low-key ceremony took place. The 68-year-old DMK leader, MK Stalin took oath in the governing of governor Banwarilal purohit.

The oath of office and secrecy to 33 ministers was also assessed by the governor. Also including senior members S Duraimurugan (water resources), E V Velu (public works), and MRK Panneerselvam (agriculture and farmer’s welfare). While S Reghupathy will be in charge of law, courts, prisons, and prevention of corruption. Also, he was the former Union Minister. For the municipal administration K N Nehru. I Periasamy for the cooperation and K Ponmudi for the higher education department. For gearing up the industries Thangam Thennarasu.

At the swearing-in ceremony the leaders of DMK allies, including the Tamil Nadu Congress Committee president K S Alagiri, MDMK chief Vaiko, VCK president Thol Thirumavalavan, CPM state secretary K Balakrishnan and CPI state secretary R Mutharasan were present.
15 new faces and two women members included in the cabinet. P Geetha Jeevan and N Kayalvizhi Selvaraj, who defeated BJP state president L Murugan in the Dharapuram assembly seat.

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