Delhi CM administers oath to newly appointed Parliamentary Secretaries

North Gazette News/New Delhi
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday administered the oath of office to the 21-newly appointed Parliamentary Secretaries.

A Delhi government spokesperson said that the 21-members of the Delhi Legislative assembly were appointed as parliamentary secretaries to the ministers of government of National Capital Territory of Delhi for smooth functioning of the government.

The 21-Parliamentary Secretaries who were administered the oath of office and secrecy are Praveen Kumar as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Education, Sharad Kumar as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Revenue, Adarsh Shastri as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Information & Technology, Madan Lal as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Vigilance.

While Shiv Charan Goel as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Finance, Sanjeev Jha as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Transport, Sarita Singh as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Employment, Naresh Yadav as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Labour, Jarnail Singh(Tilaknagar) as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Development, Rajesh Gupta as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Health, Rajesh Rishi as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Health, Anil Kumar Bajpai as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Health, Som Dutt as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Industries.

Avtar Singh Kalka as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Gurudwara elections, Vijender Garg Vijay as parliamentary secretary to the minister of PWD, Jarnail Singh(Rajouri Garden) as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Power, Kailash Gahlot as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Law, Alka Lamba as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Tourism, Manoj Kumar as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Food and Civil Supplies, Nitin Tyagi as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Women and Child and Social Welfare and Sukhvir Singh as parliamentary secretary to the minister of Languages & Welfare of SC/ST/OBC.