#Kolkata: He lost, but he won. Mamata Banerjee is sitting in power in Bengal for the third time, shattering the BJP’s dream of building a golden Bengal. Although he lost to Suvendu Adhikari by a narrow margin at his own center in Nandigram, he is the one who has won the Trinamool in the entire state. As a result, the Trinamool leader is floating in the tide of happiness for natural reasons. But Joe doesn’t have to show that happiness now. The state is suffering from coronary heart disease. On Sunday, Mamata informed that now is not the first time to deal with it. That is the source of the idea of a section of the political circles, the Trinamool leader can make a big reshuffle in the cabinet this time. A combination of ‘credible’ MLAs, new and fresh faces can be seen in Mamata’s cabinet this time.
The Trinamool leader is sitting in a meeting with all the winning and losing candidates of the party on Monday. From that meeting this afternoon, he will give a message to the party about the next day’s program. According to Trinamool sources, the elected MLAs of Kolkata and adjoining districts will attend the meeting of Trinamool Bhaban on this day. The rest will participate virtually. After that, Mamata will go to Raj Bhavan at 7 pm to demand the formation of a government. According to sources, Mamata and the rest of her cabinet may be sworn in on May 8.
Though many people think that Mamata can give a hint about the next cabinet in today’s meeting. This time the leader gave tickets to several new faces in the election. Many of them have won. According to party sources, many of the newly elected MLAs could be ministers in the third Trinamool government. Even some of the stars from Tollygunge who have won on behalf of the grassroots can get a place in the cabinet.
Despite the huge victory, the Chief Minister has warned the people about Corona. Telling everyone to wear a mask. He even informed that due to the cowardly situation, the swearing-in ceremony will be held at the Raj Bhavan this time. Even almost no leader of the opposition in the entire country, overwhelmed by Mamata’s success, will be able to attend the swearing-in ceremony. Still, the people of Bengal and the whole country are waiting to see Mamata’s swearing in and the face of the new cabinet.