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Kharge to attends Modi’s swearing-in, Trinamool rejects invitation

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New Delhi: Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge has decided to attend Narendra Modi’s swearing-in as Prime Minister as a gesture of political courtesy.

However, the ruling party Trinamool Congress of this state is not present at Namo’s swearing-in ceremony. It was informed by Trinamool.Narendra Modi will take oath as Prime Minister at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Sunday evening. But his invitation letter had not reached any opposition party till Saturday evening. At night, Trinamool Congress Lok Sabha leader Sudip Banerjee was called by a minister of the outgoing cabinet. Sudeep Babu said, “I was called at night. But it has been decided not to attend the event by my party.”Like Sudeep, Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge got the invitation letter in the night. On Sunday morning, the Congress informed that Kharge will be present at Modi’s swearing-in. Some from other opposition parties have also been invited. It is reported that they can also attend the swearing-in ceremony. Not being invited to the swearing-in of the Prime Minister, however, the Congress expressed its anger on Saturday afternoon. The head of the party’s publicity department, Jairam Ramesh, expressed his anger and said, “The Prime Minister is inviting foreign state leaders to the swearing-in ceremony, but has not got time to invite the leaders of the country. Modi is verbally saying that he will move forward with the opposition. Is this a sample of Egonor?”Meanwhile, Narendra Modi paid respects to Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi by going to Rajghat in the morning before taking oath. Tributes to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The future Prime Minister also remembered the martyrs by going to the Ware Memorial. Namo will join the tea circle with potential ministers at noon.

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