Taking charge as West Bengal Chief Minister for the second consecutive term on Friday, Mamata Banerjee tweaked the standard oath administered to chief ministers and cabinet members by the Governor, changing \u201cin the name of Ishwar\u201d to \u201cin the name of Ishwar and Allah\u201d. After she made the change, her 41-member cabinet followed suit.\u00a0 Mamata, who was the first to take oath, said: \u201cAmi Mamata Banerjee, Ishwar o Allah r naame shapoth koritechhi, j bidhi dara sthapita Bharater songbidhaaner proti ami okopot shroddha o nishtha poshon koribo (I, Mamata Banerjee, do swear in the name of Ishwar and Allah, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the Constitution of India as established by law).\u201d She said the same thing on another occasion while taking oath.\u00a0 Siddiqullah Chowdhury, who took oath as a Minister of State, told The Indian Express that the official paper on which the oath was written said only \u201cIshwar\u201d, and that Mamata made the change herself.\u00a0 \u201cShe has a secular image and there were many Muslims present in the gathering. It is one of her moves to send out a positive message to everyone. I myself took oath in the name of Allah,\u201d Chowdhury said. Another newly appointed minister said on condition of anonymity that he was slightly wary of changing the norms. \u201cBut after made the slight change in the oath and others followed suit, I decided to go for it,\u201d he said.