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Odisha Government Declares Half-Day Holiday for Swearing-In Ceremony

Bhuvaneshwar: The state government of Odisha has announced a half-day holiday in Bhubaneswar on June 12 to mark the swearing-in ceremony of the new chief minister and council of ministers.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has made a significant announcement by appointing Mohan Charan Majhi as the new Chief Minister of Odisha. Majhi, a prominent tribal leader, brings with him a wealth of experience as a four-time MLA in the state. His appointment is seen as a strategic move by the BJP to strengthen its presence in Odisha, which has been a stronghold of the ruling Biju Janata Dal (BJD) for the past two decades.

The oath-taking ceremony of Majhi and other leaders is scheduled to take place on June 12 at 5 pm, signaling a new chapter in the political landscape of Odisha. With his strong track record and deep understanding of the issues faced by tribal communities, Majhi is expected to bring about positive change and development in the state. This decision by the BJP has been welcomed by many and all eyes will be on Majhi as he takes on his new role as Chief Minister of Odisha.

The closure of all state government offices and courts after 1 pm will allow employees to attend the ceremony, which is expected to be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In light of this historic event, the BJP’s state unit has urged citizens to celebrate by lighting two diyas – one for the central government and another for the state government.

This gesture symbolizes the “double engine sarkar” in Odisha, with both governments working together for the betterment of the state. This half-day holiday is a significant moment for the people of Bhubaneswar and reflects the excitement and anticipation surrounding the new government’s inauguration. It is a time for celebration and hope for a better future under the leadership of the new chief minister and his council of ministers.

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