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Parl secy get portfolios: Sarat gets home


Finally Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Tuesday allocated portfolios to his parliamentary secretaries. Gogoi keeps Mansingh Rangpi in finance giving home to Sarat Saikia.


Raju Sahu gets Labour and Employment employment while revenue affairs was given to Pradan Baruah. Bidya Singh Engleng was given planning and development. Public Health Engineering has gone to Chandan Sarkar while Jon Jonali Baruah gets Urban Development affairs. Monilal Gowala gets PWD and Sumitra Patir Social gets welfare department. Illias Ali gets irrigation while Maneswor Brahma was tourism department. Jiban Tara Ghatowar was given to health & family welfare. Gogoi has given Rekibuddin Ahmed the education department while Bibekananda Doloi gets Veterinary. Sukur Ali will look after minority welfare department and Bolin Chetia was given in agriculture department.


On the other hand, Rajendra Prasad Singh gets industry and Commerce and the crucial power was given to Bhupen Kumar Bora. Rakeswor Brahma was given handloom and textile. Abu Taher Bepari was given environment and forest while panchjayat and rural development has gone for Rana Goswami.


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