The election battle in West Bengal is now over. It was “played” in the Bengal council elections. All BJP strategies were defeated and Mamata Banerjee Trinamall Congress returned to power with a majority. The situation became similar to salt getting good over the victory of Bengal when he learned that the party won, but the head of the TMC, Mamata Banerjee, lost the election from the seat of the Nandigram Association. In a situation like this, the question on everyone’s mind is how she will become prime minister now. Let us tell you how to become a prime minister despite losing the elections, what is the rule …
Mamata Banerjee, her former aide, and BJP candidate Sufindo Adhikari were in the fight from the Nandigram Association seat in Bengal. Suvendu Adhikari defeated Mamta Banerjee by 1957 votes. Mamta Banerjee lost the election from Nandigram, but her party returned to power for the third time in the state with a majority. In a situation like this, there is a question on people’s mind about how will the prime minister of West Bengal be formed and how will he take power there?
CM can also become a loser, that’s the rule
To become prime minister, it is necessary to be a member of the Legislative Assembly or Legislative Council (bicameral states). If the legislature or legislature is not a member, it is necessary that you become a member within six months of taking the oath. According to the rules, the Prime Minister’s oath can be taken without legal aid. After that, the prime minister gets six months. It is necessary to become a member of the Legislative Assembly or Legislative Council within this specified time frame. If not, the prime minister will have to step down.
These are the leaders who become CM without being the MLA
Leaders who become countries with counter influence
Udhav Thackeray Maharashtra
Lalu Prasad Yadav Bihar
Yogi Adityanath Uttar Pradesh
Nitesh Kumar Bihar
Rabri Devi Bihar
Kamal Nath Madhya Pradesh
Terath Singh Roat Uttarakhand
Didi accepts defeat but shows her position
Let me tell you that Mamata Banerjee lost to Suvendo Adhikari by the 1957 votes in a tough fight. Before he was defeated. But at the same time, it was said that his victory was announced for the first time, after which, under pressure, the Election Commission nullified the decision. After TMC win in Bengal, Prime Minister Mamata Banerjee said don’t worry about Nandigram. I agree with any mandate the people of Nandigram will give. We are okay with winning more than 221 seats and the BJP losing the election. I accept the mandate, but I will go to court because I realize that some tampering was done after the results were announced and I will disclose it