"We have made temporary arrangements for the stay of MLAs in Circuit House, Officers' Training School, Panchayati Raj Bhawan and Indira Gandhi Canal Board guest house here. Rooms in Secretariat and vehicles for the ministers are also ready," Principal Secretary GAD Rakesh Srivastava said.
“The venue for oath-taking of the new chief minister will be decided on Sunday,” he said.

"The party, which wins the elections, discusses with the administration the venue for oath-taking of the Chief Minister," he said.
Srivastava said that for the new ministers, 42 Tata Safari SUVs have been kept ready for use.


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