Kejriwal holds No Portfolio, Sisodia gets Finance, Education and Revenue

New Delhi, Feb 14: The new Chief Minister of Delhi will hold no portfolio, allocating the departments to the ministers in his cabinet today. Senior leader Manish Sisodia seems to be the most powerful after Kejriwal in the cabinet as he will work as the Deputy CM.

While Sisodia will hold major portfolios like finance, education, and revenue, Kejriwal will oversee all the ministries through modern technologies. He will meet people to know their problems and will monitor the MLAs. He will try to bring change in the system.

Satyendar Jain, who took oath as the cabinet minister today, will take care of power ministry, health, industries, PWD and IFC. Asim Ahmed Khan will be given food and civil supply, environment and forest, and election departments.

While Jitender Singh Tomar will be allocated law and justice, home, tourism, art and culture, Gopal Rai will get transport, development, labor, general administration department and employment portfolio. Sandeep Kumar will take care of the department of Women and Child Development, Social Welfare, SC/ST welfare.

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