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Maharashtra inducts two new members in its cabinet

ANI | 03 Jun 2014, 04:46 am
Mumbai, June 02 (ANI): The Maharashtra government inducted two new ministers in its cabinet on Monday. Incumbent legislator from Latur constituency of the state, Amit Deshmukh, took oath as the Minister of State while legislator Abdul Sattar from Sillod constituency took oath as the new Cabinet Minister. Governor of Maharashtra, K Sankaranarayanan, administered the oath of office to both the legislators at Raj Bhavan. Deshmukh is a first- time minister and the elder son of late Maharashtra chief Vilasrao Deshmukh. Abdul Sattar, a politician and two-time legislator was the Minister of State in the government of former state chief, Ashok Chavan.

Maharashtra inducts two new members in its cabinet

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