Chennai, May 20
DMK president and Chief Minister M K Stalin who took part in the swearing-in ceremony of Congress leader Siddaramaiah as Karnataka Chief Minister on Saturday said the ‘dawn’ witnessed in south should spread to rest of the country.
Stalin, on his Twitter handle said: “Hearty congratulations to Hon’ble @siddaramaiah avaru and Hon’ble @DKShivakumar avaru on taking oath as the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka respectively.”
Hearty congratulations to Hon'ble @siddaramaiah avaru and Hon'ble @DKShivakumar avaru on taking oath as the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka respectively.— M.K.Stalin (@mkstalin) May 20, 2023
I sincerely believe that the secular duo will take the state of #Karnataka to newer heights with their… pic.twitter.com/VxV6lRsskW
The Chief Minister said he sincerely believed that the ‘secular duo’ would take Karnataka to newer heights through their able administration.
“The dawn heralded in the south should spread to the rest of India and today’s swearing-in ceremony in Bengaluru is a bellwether of such change,” Stalin said.
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