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Tamil Nadu CM drops IT minister from cabinet

ANI
Published : Aug 8, 2019, 9:59 am IST
Updated : Aug 8, 2019, 9:59 am IST

'TN Guv has accepted recommendation of CM to drop M Manikandan from the Council of Ministers," read a statement from Raj Bhavan.

M Manikandan has been dropped as the Minister for Information Technology from the Tamil Nadu Cabinet following which now R B Udhayakumar will take charge of the portfolio. (Photo: ANI)
 M Manikandan has been dropped as the Minister for Information Technology from the Tamil Nadu Cabinet following which now R B Udhayakumar will take charge of the portfolio. (Photo: ANI)

Chennai: M Manikandan has been dropped as the Minister for Information Technology from the Tamil Nadu Cabinet following which now R B Udhayakumar will take charge of the portfolio.

"The Governor of Tamil Nadu has accepted the recommendation of the Chief Minister to drop M Manikandan, Minister for Information Technology from the Council of Ministers," read a statement from Raj Bhavan.

"Based on the recommendation of the Chief Minister, the portfolio of Information Technology has been re-allocated to R B Udhayakumar, Minister for Revenue and Disaster Management, who shall be re-designated as Minister for Revenue and Disaster Management and Information Technology," the statement added.  

Tags: m manikandan, tamil nadu governor, r b udhayakumar
Location: India, Tamil Nadu