Arun Jaitley to assume responsibility as money service, go to CCS meet today
The CCS meeting has been called to get to the circumstance and examine India’s reaction to the fear monger assault on a guard of CRPF workforce on Thursday in which somewhere around 45 officers were killed and 38 harmed.
Association Minister Arun Jaitley, who came back from the US a week ago after medicinal treatment, will continue office as the Finance Minister on Friday.
Official sources said Jaitley will continue work as the Finance Minister and go to the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) assembled at 9.15 a.m.
The CCS meeting has been called to get to the circumstance and examine India’s reaction to the fear monger assault on an escort of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) staff on Thursday in which somewhere around 45 troopers were killed and 38 harmed.
The 66-year-old Jaitley had in January traveled to New York for the treatment after purportedly being determined to have delicate tissue malignant growth which required a medical procedure.
In wake of his nonattendance only in front of spending introduction, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal was given extra charge of Finance. He had filled in as the Finance Minister quickly even in 2018 amid Jaitley’s nonappearance for kidney transplant medical procedure.
Sources said that Jaitley is recouping admirably and will most likely accept the obligations of the Finance Ministry.
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