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BD Kalla gets education, Parsadi Lal Meena takes over health portfolio

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November 22, 2021, 5:32 pm

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Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot. File Photo

Jaipur: A day after the cabinet reshuffle, Chief minister Ashok Gehlot allotted portfolios to the newly-appointed ministers on Monday. The education department has gone to BD Kalla, while the health department which was with Raghu Sharma has been allotted to Parsadi Lal Meena.

Shanti Dhariwal has retained all the departments including UDH, Parliamentary Affairs, and Legal. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has kept 10 departments with him. These include Finance, Taxation, Home and Justice, Personnel, IT, General Administration, Cabinet Secretariat, NRI, Rajasthan State Investigation Bureau and Information & Public Relations Department.

1. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot: Finance and Taxation, Home and Justice, Personnel Department, General Administration Department, Cabinet Secretariat, NRI, IT and Communication, Information and Public Relations

2. B.D. Kalla: Education, Sanskrit Education, Art and Culture and ASI

3. Shanti Dhariwal: Local Self Government, Urban Development and Housing, Law, Election

4. Parsadi Lal Meena: Medical and Health, Excise

5. Lalchand Kataria : Agriculture and Animal Husbandry and Fisheries

6. Pramod Jain Bhaya : Mines & Petroleum & Animal Husbandry Department

7. Uday Lal Anjana : Cooperative Department

8. Pratap Singh Khachariyawas : Food and Supplies Department

9. Saleh Mohamed : Minority Affairs Department

10. Hemaram Choudhary: Forest and Environment Minister

11. Mahendrajit Singh Malviya: Water Resources Department

12. Mahesh Joshi: PHED Dept.

13. Ramlal Jat: Revenue Department

14. Ramesh Meena: Panchayati Raj and Rural

15. Vishvendra Singh: Department of Tourism

16. Mamta Bhupesh: Department of Women and Child Development

17. Bhajanlal Jatav: Public Works Department

18. Tikaram Julie: Social Security Department

19. Govind Ram Meghwal: Department of Disaster Management

20. Shakuntala Rawat: Industries Minister

21. Arjun Singh Bamnia: Tribal Area Development (Independent Charge), PhD, Minister of State for Ground Water

22. Ashok Chandna: Minister of State for Sports, Skill Development, Employment (Independent Charge), Public Relations, Disaster Management, Planning

23. Bhanwar Singh Bhati: Energy (Independent Charge) Water Resources, Indira Gandhi Canal Project (Minister of State)

24. Rajendra Singh Yadav, Minister of State for Higher Education, Planning (Independent Charge) Home

25. Subhash Garg: Minister of State for Technical Education, Ayurveda (Independent Charge) Minority Affairs

26. Sukhram Vishnoi: Minister of State for Labor (Independent Charge) Revenue

27. Brijendra Ola: Transport and Road Safety (Independent Charge)

28. Murarilal Meena: Agriculture Marketing, State (Independent Charge), Tourism, Civil Aviation (Minister of State)

29. Rajendra Singh Gudha: Sainik Welfare, Home Guard and Civil Defense (Independent Charge), Panchayati Raj and Rural Development (Minister of State)

30. Zahida Khan: Science and Technology (Independent Charge), School Education, Art Culture (Minister of State)

First published: November 22, 2021