Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray shocked to know this enormous work

by Jeremy Spirogis
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After the primary cupboard growth of the Maha Vikas Aghadi authorities in Maharashtra, the portfolios had been lastly divided. The allocation of portfolios of ministers was finalized by the CM on Saturday and on Sunday, Governor Bhagat Singh Koshiyari permitted the advice of the CM concerning the division of departments.

That listing was additionally stamped which we had already talked about. <! –

                 CM Uddhav Thackeray has not saved vital ministries with him. Only the General Administration Ministry will stay with the Chief Minister. In addition, CM made his son Aditya Thackeray the atmosphere minister of the state.

Talking to Zee Media, Aditya Thackeray mentioned, 'I’ve bought tourism and atmosphere. I can do good work for the state and can work along with everybody. I can strengthen Maharashtra's economic system by means of tourism, we now have eco, medical tourism and seashore right here. I’m positive that Maharashtra will be capable of develop. I’ll take up the post after tomorrow's assembly 'He additionally mentioned that I have no idea about Omar Khalid's today's program through which my title was given.

Explain that the Maharashtra Ministry of Home Affairs has gone to the NCP. Anil Deshmukh has been given the accountability. At the identical time, each Congress Party and Shiv Sena have gotten the chair of Minister of State for Home Affairs. Ajit Pawar would be the new Finance Minister of the state. In addition, Shiv Sena chief Eknath Shinde has been given the Urban Development Ministry. Revenue division has come beneath the accountability of Congress social gathering chief Balasaheb Thorat.

The vital info is being obtained right here that the strain of the Congress social gathering didn’t come within the division of departments, neither did it get the Agriculture Ministry nor its demand of the Ministry of Rural Development was fulfilled. Shiv Sena has retained the Ministry of Agriculture. At the identical time, former Chief Minister Ashok Chauhan needed to be glad with the PWD ministry.

See who bought which ministry at a look:
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray: Ministry of General Administration
Shankarrao Gadakh – Water Resources
Gulabrao Patil – Water Supply
Anil Deshmukh: Home

These ministries got here to the account of Congress:
Balasaheb Thorat: Revenue
Ashok Chavan – PWD
Nitin Raut – Energy
Vijay Waddetivar – OBC, Khar Jamini, Madat and Rehabilitation
KC Padvi – Tribal Development
Yashomati Thakur – Women and Child Welfare
Amit Deshmukh – Medical Teaching and Cultural
Sunil Kedar – Milk Development and Animal Augmentation
Varsha Gaikwad – college instructing
Aslam Sheikh – Textile Industry, Fisheries Business, Port

These portfolios are within the fingers of Shiv Sena:
Eknath Shinde – Urban Development
Subhash Desai – Industries
Uday Samanta – Higher System Teaching
Aditya Thackeray – Tourism, Environment
Anil Parab – Transport, Parliamentary Affairs
Shankarrao Gadakh – Water Estate
Sandipan Bhumare – Employment Guarantee
Gulabrao Patil – Jalampada
Grandfather straw – agriculture
Sanjay Rathod – One

NCP occupies these ministries:
Ajit Pawar – Finance
Anil Deshmukh – Home Minister
Jayant Patil – Jalampada
Chhagan Bhujbad – Food and Civilcare
Nawab Malik – Minority
Dilip Vase Patil – State Production Duty, Workers
Balasaheb Patil – Cooperatives
Rajesh Tope – Health
Jitendra Awad – Home Building
Dhananjay Munde – Social Justice
Rajendra Shingne – Cereals and Drugs Administration
Hasan Mushrif – Village Development

state Minister:-
Shambhuraj Desai – Home Minister (Rural)
Abdul Sattar – Revenue, Village Development
Bachchu Kadu – Jalampada,
Satej Patil – Minister of State (Home), Home
Vishwajit Kadam – Minister of State for Agriculture, Cooperation
Rajendra Yadravkar – Minister of State for Health, Cultural, Cereal Drug Administration
Aditi Tatkare – Minister of State for Industry, Tourism, Sports
Datta Bharan – Jalampada, General Administration

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