Yogi Adityanath allocates portfolios to newly sworn-in ministers after cabinet reshuffle; Jai Pratap Singh in charge of health dept

Adityanath allocated portfolios to the newly sworn-in ministers of his cabinet while also making changes to the departments held by other members.

Asian News International August 23, 2019 10:05:03 IST
Yogi Adityanath allocates portfolios to newly sworn-in ministers after cabinet reshuffle; Jai Pratap Singh in charge of health dept
  • Adityanath allocated portfolios to the newly sworn-in ministers of his cabinet while also making changes to the departments held by other members of his cabinet

  • Following allocation and re-allocation of ministries, Adityanath has kept 37 departments with himself including home ministry, flood control, and protocol

  • UP government's cabinet expansion had taken place on Wednesday which was the first cabinet rejig by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath since storming to power in 2017

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday allocated portfolios to the newly sworn-in ministers of his cabinet while also making changes to the departments held by other members of his cabinet.

Following the recent reshuffles, minister Sidharth Nath Singh has been given the charge of Khadi and Village Industries Department whereas the charge of Medical and Health Department was allocated to Jai Pratap Singh, who will also hold the charge Women, Child, and Family Welfare.

Yogi Adityanath allocates portfolios to newly swornin ministers after cabinet reshuffle Jai Pratap Singh in charge of health dept

23 MLAs took oath in Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath's government on Wednesday. ANI

UP lawmaker Ashutosh Tandon has been bestowed with the charge of Urban Development Ministry whereas state's finance minister and senior cabinet member Suresh Khanna has also been allocated with Parliament Affairs and Medical Education ministries.

As per government notification, Uttar Pradesh energy minister Shrikant Sharma will be continuing with his existing portfolio.

Following allocation and re-allocation of ministries, Chief Minister Adityanath has kept 37 departments with himself including home ministry, flood control, and protocol.

Uttar Pradesh deputy chief minister Keshav Prasad Maurya will be holding the charge of Public Works Department (PWD), food processing, entertainment tax, and public enterprises ministry.

The Secondary Education ministry has been allocated to Gulab Devi and Satish Mahana will continue to look after the Industrial Development Ministry.

Uttar Pradesh government's cabinet expansion had taken place on Wednesday which was the first cabinet rejig by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath since storming to power in 2017.

The swearing-in ceremony of the new ministers was held at the Raj Bhawan. Out of the 23, a total of six MLAs have been given the rank of Cabinet ministers.

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