What They Said On Day 1



Ajay Kumar Misra and Nisith Pramanik greeted Home Minister Amit Shah earlier than formally taking cost.

New Delhi:

Ajay Kumar Misra and Nisith Pramanik as we speak took cost as Ministers of State within the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), a day after they had been sworn in with 41 others within the Narendra Modi authorities’s mega cupboard reshuffle.

In a primary for the reason that BJP got here to energy in 2014, the MHA has three Ministers of State. Besides Mr Misra and Mr Pramanik, Mr Nityanand Rai is a junior minister within the ministry headed by Amit Shah.

G Kishan Reddy, who was earlier a Minister of State in MHA, has been elevated to cupboard minister rank within the newest reshuffle and is now in command of Culture, Tourism and Northeast growth portfolios.

Both Mr Misra and Mr Pramanik greeted Home Minister Shah earlier than formally taking cost on the North Block as we speak. They had been accompanied by Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla to their workplaces.

Responding to a query from the media after taking cost, Mr Misra stated the Narendra Modi authorities has dealt with the Rohingya difficulty firmly and it’s now not a serious drawback. “This is not a big issue anymore because effective corrective steps have been taken by the government,” he stated.

Mr Misra represents Uttar Pradesh’s Kheri constituency in Lok Sabha. To a query on the upcoming Assembly elections within the state, he stated the BJP will win most seats within the polls. “We will get full majority in the Assembly,” he advised India07.

After taking cost as minister, Coochbehar MP Mr Pramanik advised India07, “I owe a lot to Union Home Minister Amit Shah and would like to learn my way around the ministry under his guidance.”

To a query on post-poll violence in West Bengal, he stated crucial steps are being taken to manage such incidents. “This is my first day, but all I can say is that necessary steps are being taken,” he stated.

The first-time MP declined to touch upon the demand for the formation of a separate Union Territory with areas now in north Bengal. “It’s my first day, I don’t want to comment on this,” he stated.


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