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Portfolios of Haryana Ministers – Complete List

Chandigarh, Oct 29, 2014 (Agency)
Nearly three days after swearing-in, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar Tuesday night allotted portfolios to the newly-inducted ministers.

Khattar has kept the departments of home, power, town and country planning and information and public relations with himself. All other departments not assigned to any minister will also be with him.

Two ministers, Ram Bilas Sharma and Captain Abhimanyu, who were contenders for the post of the first BJP chief minister in Haryana, seemed to have got the lion’s share in allocation of portfolios. They have been allotted nine and 13 departments respectively.

Sharma has got education, transport, food and supplies, tourism, parliamentary affairs, hospitality, technical education and others.

Captain Abhimanyu has been given finance, revenue, excise and taxation, forests, environment, industries, planning, law and others.

O.P. Dhankar has been made agriculture and irrigation minister, while Anil Vij is the health and sports minister. Narveer Singh is the minister for public works department (PWD) and public health engineering.


Manohar Lal
1. Home
2. Power
3. Town & Country Planning and Urban Estates
4. Mines & Geology
5. General Administration
6. Science & Technology
7. Urban Local Bodies
8. Administration of Justice
9. Archives
10. Architecture
11. Electronics & Information Technology
12. Housing
13. Jails
14. Information, Public Relations & Cultural Affairs
15. Personnel & Training
16. Raj Bhawan Affairs
17. Renewable Energy
18. Any department not specifically allotted to any Minister

Shri Ram Bilas Sharma
1. Education & Languages
2. Transport
3. Technical Education
4. Food & Supplies
5. Tourism
6. Civil Aviation
7. Parliamentary Affairs
8. Archaeology & Museums
9. Hospitality

Capt. Abhimanyu
1. Finance
2. Revenue & Disaster Management
3. Excise & Taxation
4. Planning
5. Forests
6. Environment
7. Industries & Commerce
8. Labour & Employment
9. Law & Legislative
10. Institutional Finance & Credit Control
11. Consolidation
12. Rehabilitation
13. Industrial Training

Shri O.P. Dhankhar
1. Agriculture
2. Development & Panchayats
3. Irrigation
4. Animal Husbandry & Dairying
5. Fisheries

Shri Anil Vij
1. Health & Medical Education
3. E.S.I
4. Election
5. Sports & Youth Affairs

Rao Narveer Singh
1. Public Works (B&R)
2. Public Health Engineering

Smt. Kavita Jain
1. Social Justice & Empowerment
2. Women & Child Development
3. Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward Classes

Shri Vikram Singh Thekedar
1. Cooperation (Independent Charge)
2. Printing & Stationery (Independent Charge)
3. Development & Panchayats (Attached with Development & Panchayats Minister)

Shri Krishan Kumar Bedi
1. Social Justice & Empowerment (Attached with Social Justice & Empowerment Minister)
2. Women & Child Development (Attached with Women & Child Development Minister)
3. Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward Classes (Attached with Welfare of Scheduled Castes & Backward Classes Minister)

Shri Karan Dev Kamboj
1. Food & Supplies (Attached with Food & Supplies Minister)
2. Transport (Attached with Transport Minister
3. Tourism (Attached with Tourism Minister)
4. Hospitality (Attached with Hospitality Minister

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