N Biren Singh had sworn-in on March 18 along with 8 minister. Out of the eight, one was from the BJP, all four MLAs of the National People's Party (NPP), one from the Naga People's Front (NPF), one of the Lok Janashakti Party (LJP) and one from the Congress, who had defected to become minister.
Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Saturday allocated portfolios to eleven ministers in his council. Keeping key home department with himself, the CM allotted departments to the ministers who represent the various allies of the BJP in government. As per the allocations, the CM will be in charge of home, transport, general administration, agriculuture, tourism, IT, vigilance and other departments not specifically allocated. The Deputy CM Y Joykumar Singh has been allocated will look after finance, excise, taxation, science and technology, economics and statistics and civil aviation. Here’s the full list of minister and their portfolios in Manipur.
N Biren Singh: Home, transport, general administration, sericuluture, tourism, IT, vigilance and other departments not specifically allocated.
Y. Joykumar of the NPP: finance, excise, taxation, science and technology, economics and statistics and civil aviation.
T. Radheshyam, education, labour and employment
Nemcha Haokip: social welfare and cooperation
V. Hangkhalian: Agriculture, veterinary and animal husbandry
L Jayanta Kumar: Health, family welfare, law and legislative, art and culture
Th Bishwajit: Public works, rural development and panchayati raj, information and public relations, administrative reforms, commerce and industries.
Letpao Haokip: youth affairs, sports, irrigation and flood control,
Karam Shyam : PDS and consumer affairs, weights and measures, revenue, relief and rehabilitation
N Kayishii: tribal and hill areas department and fisheries
Th Shyamkumar: forest and environment, horticulture, soil conservation and town planning
Loshi Dikho: PHED, printing and stationary.
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N Biren Singh had sworn-in on March 15 along with 8 minister. Out of the eight, one was from the BJP, all four MLAs of the National People’s Party (NPP), one from the Naga People’s Front (NPF), one of the Lok Janashakti Party (LJP) and one from the Congress, who had defected to become minister. Later, Singh, who is allowed to have 12 minister in 60 member assembly, inducted BJP’s Radheshyam, Nemcha Haokip and V Hangkhalian as ministers.