The swearing-in ceremony for the new ministers will take place today

kolkata: New Bengal Cabinet Ministers will be sworn in at Raj Bhavan on Wednesday in the presence of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. The governor of Bengal, La Ganeshan, will swear in the new ministers.

Banerjee had announced on Monday that a small cabinet reshuffle would be announced on Wednesday. Four to five ministers will be relieved of their portfolios and the same number of new faces will be inducted as new cabinet ministers.

According to Nabanna sources, the new ministers likely to be sworn in are Pradip Majumdar, Biplab Roy Chowdhury, Snehasis Chakraborty. The names of Partha Bhowmik, Babul Supriyo and Udayan Guha are also subject to speculation. However, the Millennium Post could not independently verify this information.

Veterans of the ministry like Subrata Mukherjee who was in charge of the Panchayats and Rural Development Department and Sadhan Pande who was in charge of the Consumer Affairs and Self Help Group (SHG) department have passed away. Partha Chatterjee, head of the Department for Industry, Information Technology and Electronics (IT&E) and Parliamentary Affairs, is in jail after being arrested in the recruitment scam case. teachers which is under investigation by the Directorate of Law Enforcement (ED).

Banerjee held the additional charge of Industry, Commerce, IT&E and Parliamentary Affairs.

Pulak Roy, who heads the public health engineering department, was given the additional post of minister of P&RD in November following the death of incumbent Subrata Mukherjee.

Manas Bhunia, who holds the charge of the water resources investigation and development department, received the additional charge from the consumer department in November last year after Sadhan Pande was hospitalized due to his illness. He died in February of this year.

Paresh Adhikari, who was Minister of State for Education, is likely to be sacked.

Trinamool Congress underwent a major organizational overhaul on Monday in which many district chairmen were replaced.

In addition, several “non-interpreters” were dismissed and some were relieved of their organizational duties, paving the way for ministerial posts.

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