After operating a one-man ministry for almost a month after coming to energy, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Monday inducted 5 new faces into his Council of Ministers. The 5 ministers who took oath are Narottam Mishra, Kamal Patel, Tulsi Silawat, Govind Singh Rajput and Meena Singh.
On Tuesday, Chouhan allotted the portfolios to members of his expanded cupboard. Narottam Mishra has been given the Home and Health portfolios, each important at a time when the state is battling an escalating coronavirus disaster. The CM had are available for criticism over holding the Health portfolio empty at the same time as Covid19 circumstances rose within the state. Kamal Patel has been handed the cost of the Agriculture division.
Tulsi Silawat has been given the Water Resources Department, Govind Singh Rajput has been made Food Processing Minister and Meena Singh has been given Tribal Welfare division.
Silawat and Rajput are former MLAs and supporters of former Congress chief and Union minister Jyotiraditya Scindia. They had been amongst 22 others who give up the Congress final month after Scindia introduced his departure from the grand outdated social gathering.
The Chief Minister shall be chargeable for the portfolios that haven’t been assigned to anybody which incorporates the essential Finance ministry.
As per the rule, Madhya Pradesh can have a most of 34 ministers together with the Chief Minister. The rule says the variety of Ministers within the state shall not exceed 15% of the Assembly’s whole power. In the case of Madhya Pradesh, the Legislative Assembly has 230 seats.
On Monday, Chouhan chaired the primary assembly of the cupboard shortly after the swearing-in of the brand new ministers. During the assembly, CM requested the brand new ministers to coordinate with district officers to make sure the coronavirus doesn’t unfold within the state.
While Narottam Mishra was assigned the Bhopal-Ujjain division, Tulsi Silawat Indore-Sagar, Govind Rajput Chambal-Gwalior, Meena Singh was given the duty of Rewa-Shahdol and Kamal Patel of the Hoshangabad-Narmada Puram division.
The ministers will coordinate with the divisional commissioners, IGPs, SPs and collectors and different public representatives. They have been requested to offer steering to officers and monitor work particularly with a concentrate on agriculture.