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Uttarakhand: Homework is being led by the state BJP, more than 80 posts of Minister-State level are vacant in the government, responsibilities may be announced before Holi

So far, the government has received the details of 88 vacant posts in various boards, corporations and committees of the Uttarakhand government. Including the number of members in these, the number of vacant posts is more than 100. Now Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami can announce the obligations in the coming days. Before Holi, senior leaders and workers of the party can get the gift of responsibility.

Council of Ministers section asked for details from the departments

Recently, the Council of Ministers section had sought details of the status of the posts of chairman, vice-chairman, member, advisor in boards, corporations, commissions and committees under them from all the departments. The departments had to send information as to how many posts of president, vice-president, member and advisor are vacant in the institutions under them and how many posts are occupied by status holders.

The posts of 25 president and 64 vice president are vacant

As per the details received from the departments, 24 ministerial level chairperson posts are vacant in these various institutions of the state government. This number may increase after getting information from some other departments. Similarly, there are 64 vacant posts on which the government can nominate the Vice President. Apart from these, a large number of posts of members are also vacant.

State BJP leadership is doing homework

After getting the details of vacant posts, now the state BJP leadership has started doing homework. A meeting has already been held between Chief Minister Dhami and State BJP President Mahendra Bhatt on which responsibility should be given to a leader of which stature and another meeting is likely to be held this week. It is believed that after this meeting the Chief Minister will distribute the responsibilities.