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Manipur CM allots portfolios to ministers

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Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Saturday distributed portfolios to his council of ministers.

Biren Singh has retained majority of portfolios including home department, transport, general administration, sericuluture, tourism, IT, and vigilance,  a statement by Chief Secretary O Nabakishore said.

Deputy Chief Minister Y Joykumar Singh will look after finance, excise, taxation, science and technology, economics and statistics and civil aviation.

L Jayanta Kumar will be in charge of health, family welfare, law and legislative, art and culture.

Th Bishwajit was given the charges of public works, rural development and panchayati raj, information and public relations, administrative reforms, commerce and industries.

Letpao Haokip will head the ministry of youth affairs, sports, irrigation and flood control.

Karam Shyam has been assigned the portfolios of PDS and consumer affairs, weights and measures, revenue, relief and rehabilitation and N Kayishii will look after tribal and hill areas department and fisheries.

N Kayishii will be in charge of tribal and hill areas department and fisheries.

Th Shyamkumar will look after forest and environment, horticulture, soil conservation and town planning.

V Hangkhalian has been allocated the portfolios of agriculture, veterinary and animal husbandry.

Thokchom Radheshyam Singh has got education, labour and employment, while Nemcha Kipgen has been given social welfare and cooperation.

Losi Dikho will look after PHED, printing and stationary. P Sharatchandra has been appointed as the Economic Advisor to CM.

The government has also decided to set up an anti-corruption cell at the Chief Minister’s Secretariat.

A mobile number has been designated to enable the people to inform the government about corrupt elements in public service.

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