Kejriwal to retain key portfolios; may keep cabinet small says sources
February 13, 2015  18:41
Delhi Chief Minister-designate Arvind Kejriwal is expected to retain finance, home and energy portfolios, say sources.

Kejriwal's second-in-command Manish Sisodia, who is set to be the Deputy CM, is expected to be given the education and public works portfolios.

AAP leader S K Jain could get the health ministry and may have to handle the industries portfolio as well, whilst Jitendra Tomar could get the Delhi law ministry and Asim Ahmed could get the food & civil supply portfolio.

The tentative Kejriwal cabinet also includes Sandip Kumar, who is expected to get women and child development ministry, Gopal Rai who will get the transport, labour portfolio.

Kejriwal is set to be sworn-in tomorrow as the Delhi CM at Ramlila ground. 

The AAP, led by Kejriwal, won 67 of the 70 seats in the Delhi assembly. 

The other three seats went to the BJP. 
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