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Biplab allocates portfolios, keeps promises (3/10/2018) 
From allocating portfolios to members of state cabinet to keeping all the major promises he made ahead of election chief minister Biplab Deb had a hectic first day in office on Saturday. Keeping as many as seven important departments with himself he also made sure that other members of the nine member cabinet also had their hands full. He kept home, PWD, industries and commerce, urban development, general administration, labour, information and cultural affairs. Jishu Debbarma was given power, rural development, finance, planning and coordination. Ratan Lal Nath was given the charge of school education, higher education, law, parliamentary affairs, welfare of OBCs and minority portfolios.Sudip Roy Barman, was given the portfolios of health and family welfare, industries and commerce (IT), science, technology and environment and drinking water supply.Pranajit Singha Roy was given the agriculture, transport and tourism portfolios.Manoj Kanti Deb was given the charge of the department of youth affairs and sports, apart from food, civil supplies and consumer affairs.Indigenous People's Front of Tripura (IPFT) president and veteran leader N C Debbarma was given the revenue and fishery portfolios, while IPFT general secretary Mevar Kumar Jamatia was given the tribal welfare and forest portfolios.Shantana Chakma, the youngest minister and the only woman in the new government, was given the social welfare and social education portfolio as well as animal resource development. Keeping all his pre poll promises Mr Deb announced at a press meet that an expert committee regarding implementation of the 7th Pay Commission recommendations for the state government employees. He said the first cabinet meeting also decided to recommend CBI investigation into the killings of two journalists Shantanu Bhowmick and Sudip Datta Bhowmick, as promised in the manifesto. The state's new chief minister also said the Agartala airport would be named after the last tribal king Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur, which was also one of their poll pledges.
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