New ministers of AAP government will take oath tomorrow: Aman Arora and Dr. Nijjar set to become ministers; Anmol and Kohli also in discussion, 5 ministers will take oath

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CM Bhagwant Mann.

The cabinet expansion of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Punjab will take place tomorrow. Tomorrow at 5 pm, new ministers in the Punjab government will be sworn in at the Raj Bhavan. Aman Arora, who became MLA for the second time in Punjab, is set to become a minister. Apart from this, Dr. Inderbir Nijjar from Amritsar can also be made a minister.

A total of 5 ministers can take oath tomorrow. Among them, the second time MLA became Prof. Baljinder Kaur or Sarvjit Manuke can also be made a minister. Apart from this, the names of Anmol Gagan Mann, Principal Budhram and Ajitpal Kohli, who defeated Captain Amarinder Singh from Patiala, are also in the news. A woman minister is set to be included in the cabinet.

Aman Arora became MLA for the second time, Prof.  Baljinder Kaur and Sarvjit Manuke were not made ministers in the first place.

Aman Arora became MLA for the second time, Prof. Baljinder Kaur and Sarvjit Manuke were not made ministers in the first place.

Only 10 ministers including Mann
There are 10 ministers in the government of Punjab including Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann. Aam Aadmi Party had made 10 ministers apart from the CM when the government was formed. However, Dr. Vijay Singla, who was involved in this, was sacked in the corruption case. After this, Dr. Inderbir Nijjar, who is now being made minister from Amritsar, can be given the health ministry. CM Bhagwant Mann currently has 28 departments. In such a situation, apart from the local government, many important ministries can be handed over to the newly appointed ministers.

Officers were put on duty

After the cabinet expansion of Mann government, the duty of officers has been imposed for the swearing-in ceremony of the newly formed ministers. PCS officers have been asked to report on this tomorrow.

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