28 ministers inducted in Kamal Nath cabinet in Madhya Pradesh, 9 take oath in Chhattisgarh
BHOPAL/RAIPUR: As many as 28 legislators took oath as ministers in Kamal Nath's cabinet while in neighbouring Chhattisgarh, nine ministers inducted in Bhupesh Baghel's council of ministers.
Those who took oath include Dr Govind Singh, Arif Aqueel, Vijaylaxmi Sadhu, Omkar Singh Markam, Brajendra Singh Rathor, Hukum Singh Karada, LS Yadav, Bala Bachchan, TR Silawat, Govind Rajput, Imarti Devi, Pradeep Jaiswal, Sukhdev Panse, Jitu Patwari.
Among others include Prabhuram Chaudhary, Priyavrat Singh, Umang Singhar, Harsh Yadav, Kamleshwar Patel, Lakhan Ghanghoria, Mahendra Sisodia, PC Sharma, Pardyumn Singh Tomar, Sachin Yadav, Surendra Singh Baghel, Tarun Bhanot, Jaivardhan Singh.
Two MLAs from Bhopal--veteran Arif Aqueel and former district Congress chief PC Sharma, represent the capital in cabinet. The cabinet members include experienced leaders as well as young legislators.
All of them took oath as cabinet ministers. Eight Thakurs, five backwards, two Brahmins, three Yadavs, four Scheduled Tribe and five Scheduled Caste members are part of the cabinet.
In Chhattisgarh, nine ministers were inducted in Bhupesh Baghel's cabinet. Those who were sworn in include Ravinda Chaubey, Mohammad Akbar, Prem Sai Singh, Kawasi Lakhma, Shiv Deharia, Anila Bhedia, Jay Singh Agarwal, Guru Rudr Kumar and Umesh Patel.