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Shivraj Singh Chouhan returns as Madhya Pradesh chief minister | Bhopal News – Times of India

BHOPAL: Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Monday returned as chief minister of Madhya Pradesh for the fourth time, over 15 months after his authorities was voted out of energy.
The 61-year-previous BJP chief was sworn in by governor Lalji Tandon at Raj Bhavan in Bhopal at 9pm.
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Earlier within the day, Chouhan was elected chief of the state BJP legislature celebration at its assembly.
Due to the coronavirus state of affairs, no BJP chief from Delhi travelled to Bhopal for the legislature celebration assembly, although the celebration’s central observers Arun Singh and Vinay Sahasrabuddhe participated by means of video conferencing.
Popularly recognized amongst his followers as ‘Mamaji’, Chouhan was sworn in chief minister of Madhya Pradesh thrice earlier – in 2005, after Uma Bharti stepped down over a riots case, and for later two full phrases in 2008 and 2013.
He stepped down after the Congress gained a slender majority within the December 2018 meeting elections, after which the Kamal Nath authorities got here to energy.
Stumped by the insurrection of celebration colleague Jyodiraditya Scindia, who joined the BJP and resignations of 22 Congress MLAs, Nath resigned as chief minister final week, paving manner for Chouhan’s return.

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