Newly-Elected Arunachal MLAs To Take Oath On June 3
Itanagar: All the newly-elected members to the 60-member Arunachal Pradesh Assembly will take oath on Monday as State Governor Brig (Retd) Dr BD Mishra has summoned the first session of Seventh Legislative Assembly to meet for a two-day sitting in the Assembly premises here.
“The Governor has, under provisions of Article 174 (1) of the Constitution of India, summoned the first session of Seventh Legislative Assembly to meet on June 3 and 4 from 10 am in the Assembly Hall of Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly,” according to a press note from the Assembly Secretariat here.
On the very first day, all the newly-elected members, including the 20 newcomers, will take oath. It will be followed by the election of the Speaker and the Deputy Speaker.
Twenty MLAs, elected in the just concluded elections, will enter as the first timers when the House meets for the oath-taking ceremony. The elections to the 60-member House were held on April 11 last simultaneously with the Lok Sabha polls.
The pro-tem Speaker (who is yet to be sworn in by the Governor) will chair the first session of Seventh Legislative Assembly and administer the oath of office to the newly elected Members of the House.
The Governor will also address the House on Tuesday. The House will also take up an obituary reference in respect of late Khonsa West MLA Tirong Aboh, who fell victim to the suspected Naga militants’ bullets on May 21 last.
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