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Arunachal ministers swap charges

The newly inducted council of ministers in the state cabinet who were sworn in on October 16 last have been allotted portfolios today by the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh acting on the advice of the Chief Minister. According to the notification, 

Jomde Kena gets transport, civil aviation, Co-operation portfolios three days after he along with two others were inducted in the Nabam Tuki cabinet in Arunachal Pradesh. In a notification, Phurpa Tsering has been given the portfolios of animal husbandry & veterinary, power (Civil). 

Tirong Aboh will hold the charges of DoTCL and mines. Meanwhile, Tanga Byaling has got home, power and non conventional resources in addition to horticulture. Health minister Rajesh Tacho has been given the additional charge of parliamentary affairs. 

Education, libraries, textile and handicrafts have been allocated to Tapang Taloh apart from water resources. Takam Pario has been give the additional charge of disaster management in addition to his already allotted portfolio of PHED and Water Supply. PWD minister Gojen Gadi has got the additional charge of election. 

 

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