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Former state Bharatiya Janata Party chief Trivendra Singh Rawat will be sworn in as the new chief minister of Uttarakhand on Saturday, after he was formally elected the BJP's legislature party leader by party MLAs on Friday.
All the 57 newly elected legislators of the BJP have been asked to come to the state capital.
The BJP has swept back to power in the hill state after five years, that too with a landslide majority.
Modi and Shah along with select central ministers and senior BJP leaders are likely to be present at the oath taking.
Security arrangements are being made at the Parade Grounds, keeping in mind the VVIPs who will attend, an official said.
Besides Rawat, Satpal Maharaj and Prakash Pant were in the race for the Chief Minister's post.