Timeline of Vishwamitran history

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This is a timeline of the history of the State of Vishwamitra.

As Children's Group

2007

  • 15 Apr:
    • Establishment of Children's Group by Arnisha Phatowali and others.
    • Dhrubajyoti Roy named to be First President.
    • Arnisha Phatowali assumes charge as first Prime Minister.

2008

  • 15 Apr: Celebration of first foundation anniversary
  • 18 Apr: Cabinet expansion takes place; Abhiraj Kar and Asmi Patranabis become Ministers.

2009

  • 31 Dec: Arnisha Phatowali resigns as the Prime Minister.

2010

  • 1 Jan:
  • 12 Jan: Dhrubajyoti Roy voted as new national leader, to succeed Arnisha Phatowali.
  • 10 Feb: Three days of mourning declared following the death of the grandfather of the President and the Prime Minister.
  • 1 Jul: Three days of mourning declared following the death of the grandmother of the President and the Prime Minister.
  • 14 Oct: Three days of mourning declared following the death of the grandfather of the President.

2011

  • 08 Jun: Three days of mourning declared following the death of the grandfather of the Prime Minister.

2012

2014

  • 20 May: First Constitution adopted.
  • 21 May:
    • Prime Minister Dhrubajyoti Roy steps down after long four years term; general elections to be held.
    • Sarala Baishya wins elections to the top office defeating Tanishkaa Patranabish.
  • 15 Jul: Prime Minister Sarala Baishya wins election to the office of the President; to continue as Prime Minister.
  • 27 Dec:
    • Sarala Baishya quits as Prime Minister following disputes with Tanishkaa Patranabish.
    • Parliament votes to appoint Speaker Dhrubajyoti Roy as Acting Chairman of the Council of Ministers.

2015

2016

  • 21 Mar:
  • 11 Apr:
  • 14 May: Ministry of Sanitation and Hygiene established; Sampriti Paul appointed Cabinet Minister.
  • 29 May:
  • 10 Jul:
    • Cabinet reshuffle takes place; Ministry of External Affairs established.
    • Children's Group Federal Bank (CGFB) established; Sarala Baishya appointed first Governor.
  • 1 Aug: Upper house of Parliament dissolved; Unicameral legislature established. President to serve as ex-officio Speaker.
  • 18 Sep: Two states (North Guwahati and Beltola) and one union territory (Central Guwahati) curved out.
  • 2 Oct:
  • 13 Nov:
    • Governor of Beltola Sanghita Roy dismissed by the President.
    • Union Minister of State Anirban Phatowali resigns from Cabinet; appointed as Governor of Beltola.
  • 27 Nov:
    • Vice President Arnab Sil resigns; to contest general elections in December.
    • Union Home Minister Bishnu Chetry appointed as Acting Vice President.
    • Governor of Beltola Anirban Phatowali resigns; Lieutenant Governor of Madhya Guwahati Sarala Baishya appointed as Administrator.
  • 13 Dec:
    • President Anoushkaa Patranabish impeached by the Parliament; Administrator of Beltola Sarala Baishya appointed Acting President.
    • Outgoing President Anoushkaa Patranabish appointed Governor of Beltola and Administrator of Madhya Guwahati.
  • 29 Dec: Friends Society Secular Party and Friends Society Independent Party alliance formed; Dhrubajyoti Roy named Leader of the Alliance.
  • 30 Dec:
    • Civil Investiture ceremony takes place; President confers top awards.
    • General election takes place.
    • Friends Society United Alliance (FSSP+FSIP) wins 90% of the total seats in the Parliament.
    • Dhrubajyoti Roy named Prime Minister, sworn-in by the President; Tanishkaa Patranabish sworn-in as Deputy Prime Minister.

2017

As Friends Society

Continued from Children's Group

  • 27 Jan:
    • Acting President Sarala Baishya elected as President for a fresh term.
    • Acting Vice-President Bishnu Chetry elected as Vice President for a fresh term.
    • Tanishkaa Patranabish appointed as Chief Justice; sworn-in by the President.
  • 5 Feb: Cabinet reshuffle takes place; Asmi Patranabis named new I&B Mininster.
  • 17 Feb:
  • 8 Apr: Three days of mourning announced following the demise of the grandmother of Tanishkaa Patranabish.
  • 11 Apr:
    • First state elections to elect Chief Ministers of four states take place.
    • Sarala Baishya resigns as President.
    • Vice President Bishnu Chetry named as Acting President.
  • 12 Apr:
    • Prime Minister Dhrubajyoti Roy resigns; sworn-in as President.
    • Sarala Baishya forms alliance between FSIP and FSFP; sworn-in as Prime Minister.
  • 13 Apr: Anoushkaa Patranabish and Asmi Patranabis named as Governors.
  • 15 Apr: Ten years anniversary celebrated in low-scale.
  • 18 Apr: President recognises Tanishkaa Patranabish as the Leader of the Opposition.
  • 7 May:
    • Basistha named the fifth state of the nation.
    • Rajdeep Deka named first governor; Anoushkaa Patranabish shifted as Governor of Brihattar Guwahati.
  • 13 May: New national flag and emblem adopted.
  • 25 May: Bishnu Chetry re-elected as Vice President.
  • 5 Jul:
    • General election take place; no single party receives majority.
    • President urges all parties to form an unity government; Tanishkaa Patranabish to lead the new unity government.
    • 6 Jul: Basistha ceases to be a state; to be new union territory.
  • 22 Jul: Vice President Bishnu Chetry resigns.
  • 23 Jul:
    • Sarala Baishya conferred with Friends Society Ratna by the President
    • Anoushkaa Patranabish named as new Vice-President; sworn-in a solemn ceremony.
    • Prime Minister Tanishkaa Patranabish tables full annual budget in a special sitting of the Parliament.
  • 6 Aug:
  • 6 Sep: Two cabinet ministers quit, following a cabinet reshuffle to be held soon.
  • 8 Sep:
    • Cabinet reshuffle takes place; Kalyan Dey and Mridul Amin inducted as Cabinet ministers.
    • New environment related ministry established; Saikat Seal to head the new ministry.
  • 2 Oct: President launches Swachhta Hi Seva Mission (Cleanliness is Service Mission)
  • 3 Nov: Kalyan Dey dismissed from Union Cabinet; citizenship revoked following anti-national activities.
  • 24 Dec: Vice President Anoushkaa Patranabish resigns.
  • 25 Dec:
  • 27 Dec: New national flag and emblem adopted.

2018

  • 21 Mar:
    • General Elections take place; Dhrubajyoti Roy re-elected as Prime Minister.
    • FSIP and FSFP merged with Friends Societal Congress.
  • 17 Apr: Civil Investiture ceremony takes place.
  • 13 May: President Anoushkaa Patranabish resigns; republic abolished.
  • 14 May:
  • 15 May: Honorary Armed Forces established; Supreme Leader named as Marshal.
  • 8 Aug: One day mourning declared following the demise of M. Karunanidhi.
  • 16 Aug: Seven days of mourning announced following the demise of Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
  • 9 Sep: Supreme Court announces the regime as unconstitutional.
  • 11 Sep:
  • 12 Oct: President forms first executive cabinet, assumes charge of the Minister of Finance.
  • 25 Nov:
    • First executive presidential election takes place.
    • Incumbent President Dhrubajyoti Roy declared winner with 70.5% of the total votes, defeating his rival candidate Tanishkaa Patranabish.
  • 20 Dec: President appoints Tanishkaa Patranabish as Prime Minister; to be sworn-in on 07th January.

2019

  • 7 Jan:
  • 11 Jan: Arnab Sil sworn-in as the Chief Justice.
  • 29 Jan: Vice-President Anoushkaa Patranabish assumes charge as Acting-President following the leave of Dhrubajyoti Roy.
  • 1 Feb: Dhrubajyoti Roy resumes charge as the President.
  • 4 Feb: Four Governors and one Lieutenant Governor appointed by the President.
  • 14 Feb: Presidential Advisory Council and Supreme Advisory Council constituted.
  • 19 Feb: Friends Society Ratnas announced for Arnab Sil and Asmi Patranabis.; Abhiraj Kar to receive Padma Ratna.
  • 27 Feb: Unity makes strength to be the new national motto.
  • 6 Mar:
    • Two Special Administrative Territories (SATs) formed under Presidential Ordinance; to be headed by an Administrator.
    • Ankurjyoti Thakuria appointed Administrator of the SAT of Dadara and Kamrup.
  • 13 Mar: Five ministers quit the union cabinet; Sarala Baishya and four others expelled from Friends Societal Congress.
  • 16 Mar:
    • Prime Minister Tanishkaa Patranabish tenders the resignation of herself and the cabinet; to continue in caretaker capacity until elections are held.
    • President dissolves National Assembly, announces for immediate elections.
  • 17 Mar:
    • General election takes place.
    • FSSP merged with FSC; Tanishkaa Patranabish elected as Prime Minister winning 18 of the 28 seats of the assembly.
    • Sarala Baishya recognised as Leader of Opposition by the Speaker.
  • 18 Mar: Day of mourning announced following the demise of Manohar Parrikar.
  • 19 Mar:
    • Administrator of SAT of Basistha resigns; Reshmi Hazarika assigned additional duties.
    • Portfolio allocation takes place.
    • Civil Investiture ceremony held; Arnab Sil conferred Friends Society Ratna.
  • 20 Mar: Lokpal commission constituted; Bishnu Chetry named first Lokpal.
  • 24 Mar: Lokpal commission submits report; Semi-presidential system of government established, President and Prime Minister to have shared responsibilities.
  • 29 Mar: Jemina Hazarika named Administrator of the SAT of Basistha.
  • 16 Apr: House of Peers established; top officials to hold hereditary/life peerage.
  • 1 May: President Dhrubajyoti Roy announces retirement in 2020.
  • 5 May: Sarala Baishya, Leader of the Opposition named a member of the House of Peer.
  • 8 May: Privy Council constituted; Vice-President Anoushkaa Patranabish to be its Grand Chancellor.
  • 1 Jun: House of Peers abolished; citizens to use Shri/Sushri as prefixes.
  • 2 Jun:
    • Composition of the National Assembly increased from 28 seats to 32 seats.
    • National Assembly renamed as National Parliament.
  • 3 Jun:
    • Bye-elections to four seats of the parliament takes place.
    • FSC registers victory over 3 of the 4 seats; increases tally to 21.
  • 15 Jun: SAT of Dadara and Kamrup granted complete statehood; to be known as Kamrup Pradesh.
  • 3 Jul: New President and Vice Presidential line of succession constituted.
  • 10 Jul: Parliament declared adjourned for eight months.
  • 14 Jul:
  • 19 Jul: National Planning Commission formed; Anoushkaa Patranabish to be its Vice Chairman.
  • 20 Jul: Position of chief ministers in the states reintroduced.
  • 29 Jul: States renamed. Brihattar Guwahati to be known as Purvanchal, Uttar Guwahati as Uttaranchal and Madhya Guwahati as Madhya Prant.

As Commonwealth of Friends Society

Continued from Republic of Friends Society

  • 3 Aug: Commonwealth of Friends Society proclaimed; nation opened for international diplomacy.
  • 5 Aug:
  • 8 Aug: Bilateral relations established with People's Republic of Renderfeit.
  • 11 Aug: National Minorities and National Backward Classes Commission constituted.
  • 18 Aug: Bilateral relations established with House of DeHerra.
  • 24 Aug: One day mourning announced following the passing away of Arun Jaitley.
  • 28 Aug: Bishnu Chetry and Ankurjyoti Thakuria appointed as members of the Executive Committee and the Governing Council.
  • 18 Sep: Bilateral relations established with ProHumanity Nation.
  • 21 Sep: CoFS bans single use plastics.
  • 28 Sep: Sarala Baishya elected as next Vice President, succeeding Anoushkaa Patranabish.
  • 29 Sep: Prime Minister to reconstitute cabinet; Anoushkaa Patranabish to be new deputy prime minister.
  • 3 Oct: Bypolls held to seven seats of the National Parliament.
  • 19 Oct: New honours system constituted.
  • 20 Oct:
  • 25 Oct:
  • 28 Oct: President's rule revoked from Purvanchal; Himprakash Deka named new chief minister.
  • 8 Nov: Ankurjyoti Thakuria quits the cabinet; to head the Planning Commission as Vice Chairman.
  • 13 Nov: Supreme Court of Judicature established.
  • 14 Nov: Chief Ministers resign as MPs, following Supreme Court judgement.
  • 16 Nov: Position of Senior Minister abolished.
  • 17 Nov: Commonwealth of Friends Society accepted as a member of the Micronational Confederation.
  • 19 Nov: President's rule imposed in all states.
  • 22 Nov: Chief Ministers appointed.
  • 23 Nov: Executive cabinet constituted; President Dhrubajyoti Roy to hold finance portfolio.
  • 1 Dec: Ankurjyoti Thakuria re-appointed as Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission; to hold the rank of a cabinet minister.
  • 2 Dec: National Council on Development constituted; President to head the council.
  • 4 Dec: Parliament prorogued until 18 March 2020.
  • 8 Dec:
    • President appoints Tanishkaa Patranabish as Head of Government.
    • Executive cabinet abolished; new government assumes charge.
  • 12 Dec: All offices shut down following breakdown of law and order situation in Guwahati. Internet services cut down.
  • 20 Dec:
    • Internet services restored. All offices reopen.
    • President re-establishes Privy Council.
  • 25 Dec:
    • State Reorganization Act introduced; Kamrup Pradesh to become an union territory on 01 January 2020, to be named as Kamrupa.
    • Saikat Seal resigns from cabinet; named Lieutenant Governor of the new UT.
  • 31 Dec:
    • National Day Honours, 2020 announced.
    • Bhargab Jyoti Medhi and Arnab Deka appointed Privy Councillors.

2020

  • 1 Jan: President greets citizens on New Year 2020.
  • 2 Jan: Ishika Das appointed Chief Minister of Kamrupa.
  • 3 Jan:
    • Sanghita Roy inducted into the union council of ministers; gets portfolios of Religious Affairs and Social Services.
    • Ministry of Tribal Affairs merged with the Community Development Ministry.
  • 10 Jan:
  • 11 Jan: President Dhrubajyoti Roy turns 18.
  • 12 Jan: Diplomatic activities suspended until 15 March 2020, following announcement of a period of internal emergency.
  • 13 Jan: One day of mourning observed following the passing away of Qaboos bin Said, the Sultan of Oman.
  • 14 Jan:
    • Flag code announced.
    • Chief Minister's position in Basistha created.
    • Council of Presidential Advisers constituted; Vice-President Sarala Baishya to be its Chairman for a month.
  • 20 Jan: National Coordination Commission constituted; Anoushkaa Patranabish to be its Chairperson.
  • 1 Feb: Arnab Sil inducted into the union cabinet; allocated portfolios of Home Affairs & Planning and Coordination.
  • 2 Feb: States to be known as dominions; to be headed by Governors-General.
  • 8 Feb: President Dhrubajyoti Roy completes ten glorious years as the Leader of the Nation.
  • 13 Feb: Tanishkaa Patranabish named President of the Friends Societal Congress.
  • 13 Feb: Ashoka Hall of the Rajya Niwas renamed to the Dhrubajyoti Roy Convention Hall.
  • 14 Feb: Arnab Sil becomes Chairman of the rotational Council of Presidential Advisers.
  • 18 Feb: Election Commission declares schedule for General Elections 2020.
  • 21 Feb: Official Languages Act, 2020 introduced.
  • 24 Feb: Anoushkaa Patranabish named Caretaker Prime Minister; to assume charge on 04th March.
  • 25 Feb: Office of the Vice-President dissolved; Chairman of the Council of Presidential Advisers to act as deputy to the President.
  • 27 Feb: Government announces travel advisory following breakdown of law and order situation in Delhi.
  • 28 Feb: Eight union cabinet ministries dissolved.
  • 29 Feb: Friends Societal Congress renamed as National People's Congress
  • 3 Mar:
    • Abhiraj Kar named Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission.
    • Council of Presidential Advisers dissolved; Prime Minister to act as Acting President due his/her absence.
    • Prime Minister Tanishkaa Patranabish steps down as per election commission rules.
  • 4 Mar: Anoushkaa Patranabish assumes charge as Prime Minister.
  • 5 Mar:
  • 8 Mar:
    • Order dated 25/02/2020 Sl. No. 01 revoked; Office of the Vice President re-established.
    • Sarala Baishya named as Vice President.
  • 9 Mar: Bishnu Chetry inducted into the cabinet, to be Deputy Prime Minister.
  • 10 Mar: Nominations of all 32 candidates found valid.
  • 15 Mar: Government releases precautionary measures in response to COVID-19 pandemic.
  • 16 Mar: Parliament composition increased to 32, President and two other governors to be members.
  • 18 Mar: President's personal visit called off, following COVID-19 restrictions.
  • 21 Mar:
    • General election takes place.
    • Tanishkaa Patranabish elected Prime Minister, following her victory in the elections winning 17 of the 32 elected MP votes.
  • 22 Mar:
  • 26 Mar: Prime Minister Tanishkaa Patranabish named sole legitimate successor to the National Leader by the State Council.
  • 29 Mar: Arnab Sil named third deputy prime minister.
  • 10 Apr: Tanishkaa Patranabish revoked from the title of Heir of the National Leader.
  • 12 Apr:
  • 13 Apr: Dhrubajyoti Roy announces to step down as President and National Leader on 30 April 2020.
  • 15 Apr:
    • Thirteen national day celebrated; President greets the citizens.
    • Mutual recognition treaty signed with the Commonwealth of Dracul.
  • 25 Apr: Dhrubajyoti Roy and former National Leader Arnisha Phatowali named Hero of the Nation.
  • 30 Apr: Kaihatsu Era (2010-2020) comes to an end.
  • 1 May:
  • 3 May:
    • Meeting of the Council of State takes place virtually.
    • Tanishkaa Patranabish officially elected as National Leader.
    • Dhrubajyoti Roy named Chairman of the Council of State.
  • 10 May:
  • 11 May: Sarala Baishya expelled from National People's Congress for anti-party actions.
  • 25 May: Council of State revokes all decorations and titles conferred upon Sarala Baishya.
  • 2 Jun: Council of State submits a report to establish a federal elective absolute monarchy.
  • 3 Jun:
    • Council of State meets to discuss further course.
    • Monarchy proclaimed to be established on 08 June 2020.
    • Nation renamed to State of Vishwamitra.
  • 4 Jun:
    • New Flag and coat of arms adopted.
    • Position of Rashtradhyaksh and Upa Rashtradhyaksh established.
  • 7 Jun:
    • Council of State approves the appointment of Rashtradhyaksh and all Rajpramukhs.
    • Council of State dissolved.
  • 8 Jun: Republic abolished.

As the State of Vishwamitra

Continued from the Commonwealth of Friends Society