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Resolve to serve people better: Mamata

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Chief Minister on Saturday expressed gratitude to the people as her Congress-led completed six years in power.

"Today is 20th May. In 2011, on this day, our came to power in Bengal, ushering in a much-needed change and ending 34 years of Left Front misrule," she wrote on Facebook.

The first ministry led by Banerjee took oath on May 20, 2011 and was sworn in for a second time on May 27 last year after retaining power in the assembly polls.

"On this auspicious day, I convey my heartiest greetings, best wishes and gratitude to Ma, Mati, Manush. Our resolve is to serve you better and better and make Bengal No. 1," Banerjee added.

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Chief Minister on Saturday expressed gratitude to the people as her Congress-led completed six years in power.

"Today is 20th May. In 2011, on this day, our came to power in Bengal, ushering in a much-needed change and ending 34 years of Left Front misrule," she wrote on Facebook.

The first ministry led by Banerjee took oath on May 20, 2011 and was sworn in for a second time on May 27 last year after retaining power in the assembly polls.

"On this auspicious day, I convey my heartiest greetings, best wishes and gratitude to Ma, Mati, Manush. Our resolve is to serve you better and better and make Bengal No. 1," Banerjee added.

--IANS

sgh/ssp/pgh/

mr

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Resolve to serve people better: Mamata

Chief Minister on Saturday expressed gratitude to the people as her Congress-led completed six years in power.

"Today is 20th May. In 2011, on this day, our came to power in Bengal, ushering in a much-needed change and ending 34 years of Left Front misrule," she wrote on Facebook.

The first ministry led by Banerjee took oath on May 20, 2011 and was sworn in for a second time on May 27 last year after retaining power in the assembly polls.

"On this auspicious day, I convey my heartiest greetings, best wishes and gratitude to Ma, Mati, Manush. Our resolve is to serve you better and better and make Bengal No. 1," Banerjee added.

--IANS

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mr

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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