TS Singh Deo Resigns as Panchayat and Rural Development Minister
TS Singh Deo represents the Ambikapur assembly constituency.
Chhattisgarh minister TS Singh Deo on Saturday, 16 July, said he has decided to resign from the Panchayat and Rural development department, one of the five portfolios held by him in the Bhupesh Baghel cabinet.
However, he will remain the minister for Health and Family Welfare, Medical Education, Twenty Point Implementation and Commercial Tax (GST) departments.
"I have decided to resign from the Panchayat and Rural Development Department. Soon, I will submit my resignation letter," he told PTI without assigning any reason for the resignation.
"I have decided to dissociate myself from this department last (Friday) night itself. After considering it thoroughly today, I am sending my resignation to the Chief Minister," he added.
Singh Deo, who represents the Ambikapur assembly constituency in the Surguja region, is known as the political rival of CM Bhupesh Baghel in the state Congress.
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