Mamata Banerjee Reshuffles Cabinet Ahead of Spain and Dubai Tour

Mamata Banerjee Reshuffles Cabinet Ahead of Spain and Dubai Tour
Mamata Banerjee Reshuffles Cabinet Ahead of Spain and Dubai Tour
Mamata Banerjee Reshuffles Cabinet Ahead of Spain and Dubai Tour
Mamata Banerjee Reshuffles Cabinet Ahead of Spain and Dubai Tour

Mamata Banerjee Reshuffles Cabinet Ahead of Spain and Dubai Tour

Mamata Banerjee Reshuffles Cabinet Ahead of Spain and Dubai Tour.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced a ministerial reshuffle a day before her departure for Spain and Dubai. This reshuffle involves changes in portfolio assignments for several ministers in her cabinet.

Babul Supriyo: He has been relieved of the tourism department and has been assigned the charge of renewable energy. He will also continue to hold the Information Technology portfolio.

Indranil Sen: Previously the minister of state for the technical education, training, and skill development department, he has been given independent charge of the tourism department. He will also continue looking after the Information and Cultural Affairs Department.

Jyoti Priya Mallick: The Forest Minister has been given additional charge of the Department of Public Enterprises and Industrial Reconstruction.

Arup Roy: He will now be responsible for the Department of Food Processing Industries and Horticulture, after the cooperation department was taken away from him and assigned to Pradip Mazumdar, who will continue to be the minister-in-charge of the panchayat department.

Mohammed Ghulam Rabbani: He, who was removed as the minister of the food processing department, will now oversee the environment department.

This cabinet reshuffle aims to reallocate responsibilities and ensure the smooth functioning of government affairs while the Chief Minister is on her foreign tour.

Dhupguri Sub-Division Promise

During a campaign before the recent bypoll in Dhupguri, Trinamool Congress’ national secretary Abhishek Banerjee promised to make Dhupguri a sub-division within three months. Following this promise, the government has initiated the process to create the Dhupguri sub-division along with including certain areas of Banarhat.

Creating a sub-division involves establishing an administrative unit below the district level and above the block level, administered by a sub-divisional officer (SDO). West Bengal currently has 69 sub-divisions.

These changes in the cabinet and the promise of a new sub-division reflect the government’s efforts to enhance governance and development in West Bengal.

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