Karnataka Cabinet to be formed on Wednesday, here are the details of portfolios

First Published 1, Jun 2018, 6:59 PM IST
Karnataka Cabinet to be formed on Wednesday, here are the details of portfolios
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The portfolios will be allocated and the Cabinet will be formed on Wednesday in Karnataka, said the Congress and JD(S) spokespersons. The announcement on likely departments to be allocated also will be made soon.

The portfolios will be allocated and the Cabinet will be formed on Wednesday in Karnataka, said the Congress and JD(S) spokespersons. The announcement on likely departments to be allocated also will be made soon.

Talks are still being held and the final list will be out on Wednesday and according to sources the Cabinet will be formed and Ministers will take charge at 2 PM June 6.

JD(S) has taken charge of key portfolios and it is said that Energy Department, so farm managed by Congress' DK Shivakumar too has been taken over by JD(S).

Here are the tentatively allocated departments to the JD(S) and Congress parties.

Both the parties have decided to form a committee and appoint one spokesperson each from JD(S) and Congress and hold a meeting once a month to decide on important issues that need attention.

JD (S) Portfolios

1

Finance and Excise

2

PWD

3

Power

4

Co-operation

5

Tourism

6

Education

7

Animal Husbandry and Fisheries

8

Horticulture and Sericulture

9

Information- GAD/Intelligence/Planning and Statistics

10

Small scale industry

11

Transport

12

Minor Irrigation

  

 

Congress

1

Home

2

Irrigation

3

Bengaluru City Development

4

Industry and Sugar Industry

5

Health

6

Revenu/Muzrai

7

Urban Development

8

Rural Development

9

Agriculture

10

Housing

11

Medical Education

12

Social Welfare

13

Forest and Environment

14

Labour

15

Mines and Geology

16

Women and Child Welfare

17

Food and Civil Supply

18

Haj and Wakf and Minority Affiars

19

Law and Parliamentary Affairs

20

Science and Technology, ITBT

21

Youth and Sports and Kannada Culture

22

Ports and Inland Transport Development

 

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