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After Rajasthan Cupboard Reshuffle, 6 MLAs Named Chief Minister’s Advisors

Ashok Gehlot had stated those that didn’t get minister berths will likely be adjusted in different posts. File


Six MLAs, together with three Independents, have been appointed advisers to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in Rajasthan, hours after 15 ministers took oath in a cupboard enlargement.

Twelve new faces have been inducted into the cupboard, fulfilling a key demand of former deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot whose rise up final 12 months shook the state’s Congress authorities.

The Congress MLAs who’ve been appointed advisers are Jitendra Singh, Rajkumar Sharma and Danish Abrar.

Unbiased legislators Babu Lal Nagar, Sanyam Lodha and Ramkesh Meena have additionally been appointed advisers to Mr Gehlot, in line with an inventory launched by the Chief Minister’s Workplace. All six MLAs are thought of near Mr Gehlot and have been within the race to turn into ministers.

Danish Abrar was among the many three Congress MLAs, who have been in Delhi on the day Mr Pilot revolted towards Mr Gehlot in July final 12 months.

It was speculated that they have been with Mr Pilot however they returned to Jaipur and claimed that that they had gone to Delhi for private causes.

He’s now thought of within the Gehlot camp.

Jitendra Singh, Rajkumar Sharma and Babu Lal Nagar are former ministers.

Mr Gehlot had earlier within the day stated those that didn’t make it to the council of ministers will likely be adjusted in different political appointments.

After the oath ceremony was over, Mr Gehlot stated parliamentary secretaries, advisers and chairpersons of boards and firms will likely be appointed.

“Now, some will become advisers, parliamentary secretaries and chairpersons of boards and corporations. So, it is an effort that how we adjust most MLAs and move forward,” Mr Gehlot had advised reporters.

A celebration chief stated the position and participation of the newly appointed advisers within the authorities will likely be equally essential.

“They will be given equal importance in the government,” the get together chief stated.

Sources stated 15 parliamentary secretaries could also be appointed.

Congress common secretary Ajay Maken, nonetheless, indicated that it was not the final cupboard reshuffle by saying that new faces could be given the chance when some need to work for the get together.

Mr Maken, whereas addressing MLAs on the get together workplace earlier than the oath ceremony, additionally appreciated state get together chief Govind Singh Dotasra, Harish Chaudhary and Raghu Sharma, who give up as ministers to work for the get together.

Mr Dotasra, Mr Chaudhary and Mr Sharma resigned on Friday from the council of ministers in line with the get together’s “one man, one post” components.

Mr Sharma has been appointed the All-India Congress Committee (AICC) in-charge for Gujarat and Chaudhary because the in-charge for Punjab.

“The party high command and the chief minister have taken a balanced stand. All regional and social equations have been considered in the cabinet reshuffle,” a celebration chief stated.

“Since there were limitations, it was not possible to accommodate everyone who had expectations. For this, 15 parliamentary secretaries and seven advisers to the Chief Minister will be appointed and other political appointments will also be made,” the chief stated.

The Congress has 108 MLAs within the 200-member Meeting. It additionally has the assist of 12 out of 13 unbiased MLAs.

With the induction of 12 new ministers and elevation of three ministers from MoS to cupboard rank at this time, the state now has 30 ministers, the utmost it could possibly have.

The state now has 19 cupboard and 10 ministers of state, other than the chief minister.

(Apart from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is printed from a syndicated feed.)

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