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CM Ashok Gehlot has kept Finance, Home, Personnel Department, Information and Public Relations, State Investigation Bureau, Cabinet Secretariat, General Administration and Tax Department with him.

Jaipur :

Rajasthan: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot reorganization of the council of ministers After that, on Monday, the portfolios were distributed to the ministers. He has kept the Home and Finance Department with himself while Dr BD Kalla will be the new Education Minister Primary and Secondary and Parsadi Lal will be the new Medical and Health Minister of the state. According to the information given by the Chief Minister’s Office, Gehlot has kept Finance, Home, Personnel Department, Information and Public Relations, State Investigation Bureau, Cabinet Secretariat, General Administration and Tax Department with him. 15 MLAs took oath as ministers. Out of them, 11 MLAs were sworn in as cabinet and four MLAs as ministers of state. There are now a total of 30 ministers including the Chief Minister in the Council of Ministers.

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After the reorganization, Parsadi Lal Meena has been given the Health and Excise Department, while BD Kalla has been given the Education Department. Pratap Singh Khachariyawas has been given the Food and Civil Supplies portfolio while Shanti Dhariwal has been retained with Autonomous Governance, Urban Development and Housing (UDH), Parliamentary Affairs Department, Agriculture Department with Lal Chand Kataria and Mines and Petroleum Department with Pramod Jain Bhaya. The same has been kept. All these cabinet ministers were already in Gehlot’s council of ministers. Three ministers Govind Singh Dotasara, Minister of State for Education, Dr. Raghu Sharma, Medical and Health and Harish Chaudhary, Revenue had resigned. His portfolios have now been given to other ministers.

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Talking about the new ministers included in the Council of Ministers, Hemaram Chaudhary, who was sworn in as cabinet minister, Forest, Mahesh Joshi as PHED, Ramlal Jat Revenue, Ramesh Meena for Panchayati Raj and Rural Development, Vishvendra Singh for Tourism and Civil Aviation. Govind Ram Meghwal has got the Department of Disaster Management and Relief. Last year, Vishvendra Singh and Ramesh Meena were removed from the post along with the then Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot due to the rebellion. Both of them have become ministers again. Similarly, among the new ministers, Shakuntala Rawat got the Industries Department, while Mamta Bhupesh, who was promoted from Minister of State to Cabinet Minister, has got Women and Child Development, Bhajan Lal has got Public Works Department and Tikaram Julie has got Social Justice and Empowerment Department.

Among the old Ministers of State, Tribal Area Development (TAD) near Arjun Singh Bamnia, Sports and Youth Affairs Department near Ashok Chandna, Technical Education Department with Dr. Subhash Garg have been retained. Sukhram has got revenue and labour, Bhanwar Singh Bhati has got electricity (independent charge), Rajendra Yadav has got higher education department. Brijendra Ola has got transport, Devasthan and state enterprises, Murari Lal Meena has got agriculture marketing, estate, tourism, Civil Aviation, Rajendra Singh Guddha has been given the Department of Sainik Welfare, Home Guards, Panchayati Raj and Rural Development, Zahida Khan has been given Science and Technology, Education Primary and Secondary Education, Art, Literature, Culture.

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(Except for the headline, this news has not been edited by the Granthshala team, it has been published directly from the Syndicate feed.)


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