Two TN ministers inducted in Jaya-cabinet

A day after sacking two ministers, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Friday inducted two members into her ministry to fill their slots.

Chennai: A day after sacking two ministers, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Friday inducted two members into her ministry to fill their slots.
NR Sivapathy and N Subramanian were sworn-in as ministers
with Governor K Rosaiah administering them the oath of office
and secrecy in the presence of Jayalalithaa.

Sivapathy made a comeback months after he was removed and
has been allocated the School Education and Youth Welfare
departments.

Subramanian has been allocated Information Technology,
divested from KA Sengottaiyan who is now Revenue Minister.

In the fifth rejig of her cabinet since coming to power
in May last, Jayalalithaa had axed SP Velumani and SS
Krishnamoorthy from the Council of Ministers on Thursday.

Velumani was holding the portfolio of Revenue at the time
of his being dropped while Krishnamoorthy was Minister for
School Education.

PTI

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