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Mizoram govt yet to decide on Tripathi’s swearing in

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Aizawl: Mizoram government is yet to decide when the West Bengal Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi, appointed by the President to take additional charge of Mizoram, will be sworn-in here.

State Protocol Officer David L Pachuau said that the state government was likely to take up the matter by tomorrow.

State Governor Dr Aziz Qureshi was sacked by the Centre yesterday and Tripathi appointed to take additional charge of the governor until further appointment of another governor for the state, a Rashtrapati Bhavan communique said.

Raj Bhavan officials in Aizawl today said that the official letter that Qureshi ceased to be the governor of Mizoram was received from the Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Meanwhile, Qureshi, who was in Delhi since March 21 returned to Aizawl this morning, the officials said.

The 74 year-old governor was transferred from Uttarkhand to Mizoram on December 30 last and assumed office in Aizawl on January nine.

With the latest sacking, the state has seen the departure of six Governors in about nine months since the NDA regime assumed office.

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