A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Cabinet Ministers and leaders from the Opposition took their oaths as Lok Sabha Members, the rest of the Lok Sabha is due to be sworn in on June 18, 2019.
In all, 320 Members were sworn in on June 17. Kodikunnil Suresh (INC), Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh (BJP) and Bhartruhari Mahtab (BJD) are on the Panel of Chairpersons.
Lok Sabha has declared that there will be no Zero Hour till June 20, 2019 as the swearing in, election of the Speaker and the President’s address will take place until then.
T.R.V.S. Ramesh, the Member from Cuddalore, takes his oath in Tamil. Thol. Thirumavalavan, the Chidambaram MP, takes his oath.
S. Ramalingam, the Mayiladuthurai MP, takes his oath in Tamil too. M. Selvaraj, the CPI Member from Nagapattinam takes oath next.
S.S. Pazhani Manickam of the DMK is up next
Pon. Gowtham Sigamani takes his oath in Tamil. S.R. Parthiban, the Salem DMK MP, takes oath next. A.K.P. Chinraj, the Namakkal MP, is up next.
A. Ganeshamurthi takes his oath next. K. Subbarayan of the CPI from Tiruppur takes oath in Tamil, and finishes his oath with ‘Long live secularism’ and ‘Long live India’. A. Raja, the Nilgiris MP takes oath next. P.R. Natarajan from Coimbatore takes his oath in Tamil. He finishes his oath asking the workers of the world to unite.
P.K. Shamughasundaram, the Pollachi DMK MP, takes his oath next. P. Velusamy from Dindigul follows him.
Karur MP S. Jothimani of the Congress also takes her oath in Tamil. Su. Thirunavukkarasar of the Congress from Tiruchi takes oath next.
T.R. Parivendhar takes oath next.
Shashi Tharoor, the Thiruvananthapuram MP, takes his oath in English. Indra Hang Subba from Sikkim in his local language.
Tamil Nadu is up now. The DMK won 23 seats making it the third largest party in the parliament after the BJP and the Congress. The Congress won 8, Left parties 4, and AIADMK, VCK and IUML won a seat each.
K. Jayakumar, the Tiruvallur MP from the Congress takes his oath in Tamil. Kalanidhi Veerasami, the DMK MP from Chennai North is the next Member to take oath in Tamil.
Chennai South MP Thamizhachi Thangapandian also takes her oath in Tamil. Chennai Central MP Dayanidhi Maran is up next. Mr. Maran is a former Union Minister.
T.R. Baalu, the Member elected from Sriperumbudur, follows Mr. Maran. G. Selvam, the Kancheepuram DMK MP, takes oath after Mr. Baalu.
S. Jagathrakshakan, the Arakkonam MP, takes oath now. Dr. Chellakumar, the Krishnagiri MP from Congress, takes his oath in Tamil. DNV Senthilkumar S. from the DMK takes oath next. Tiruvannamalai MP C.N. Annadurai takes his oath in Tamil.
M.K. Vishnu Prasad, the Arani constituency MP, also takes his oath in Tamil. D. Ravikumar, the Villupuram DMK MP, is up next.