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Pradan Baruah takes oath as Lok Sabha member

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Newly elected MP from Pradan Baruah today took oath as member.

Baruah, who took oath in Assamese, was recently elected from Lakhimpur constituency which was vacated by Chief Minister when he was elected to the earlier this year.



Baruah was a four-time and had joined the from late last year.

He defeated his nearest rival Hema Hariprasanna Pegu by a margin of over 1,90,000 votes in the bye-elections held this month.

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

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Pradan Baruah takes oath as Lok Sabha member

Newly elected BJP MP from Assam Pradan Baruah today took oath as Lok Sabha member. Baruah, who took oath in Assamese, was recently elected from Lakhimpur Lok Sabha constituency which was vacated by Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal when he was elected to the State Assembly earlier this year. Baruah was a four-time MLA and had joined the BJP from Congress late last year. He defeated his nearest Congress rival Hema Hariprasanna Pegu by a margin of over 1,90,000 votes in the bye-elections held this month. Newly elected MP from Pradan Baruah today took oath as member.

Baruah, who took oath in Assamese, was recently elected from Lakhimpur constituency which was vacated by Chief Minister when he was elected to the earlier this year.

Baruah was a four-time and had joined the from late last year.

He defeated his nearest rival Hema Hariprasanna Pegu by a margin of over 1,90,000 votes in the bye-elections held this month.

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

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Pradan Baruah takes oath as Lok Sabha member

Newly elected MP from Pradan Baruah today took oath as member.

Baruah, who took oath in Assamese, was recently elected from Lakhimpur constituency which was vacated by Chief Minister when he was elected to the earlier this year.

Baruah was a four-time and had joined the from late last year.

He defeated his nearest rival Hema Hariprasanna Pegu by a margin of over 1,90,000 votes in the bye-elections held this month.

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

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