Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs Current Affairs, GK & News
In the Indian system, the Prime Minister has the power to set up a cabinet committee whenever he/she feels the need. These cabinet committees are constituted to perform a specific task and give high-quality outputs within the stipulated time frame. In the context of the Indian federal structure to manage the Centre- state governments relationship ..
The Standing Committees of the Cabinet are constituted by the Prime Minister who sets out the specific functions to them. The Prime Minister can add or reduce the number of committees. Why the cabinet committees are necessary? Article 77(3) of the Constitution states: The President shall make rules for the more convenient transaction of the ..
Topics: Cabinet Committee on Employment and Skill Development • Cabinet Committee on Investment • Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs • Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs • Cabinet Committee on Security • Cabinet Committees • Economic Affairs Committee
Prime Minister Narendra Modi led NDA government which stormed back into power for a second term at Centre after recently concluded 17th Lok Sabha eletion, reconstituted eight key cabinet committees. He also reconstituted six previous Cabinet sub-committees and formed two new ones to deal with job creation and economic growth. Key Highlights In newly-constituted eight ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2019
Topics: 17th Lok Sabha • Appointments Committee of Cabinet • Cabinet Committee on Accommodation • Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs • Cabinet Committee on Employment and Skill Development • Cabinet Committee on Investment Growth • Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs • Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs • Cabinet Committee on Security • Cabinet Committees • Home Minister Amit Shah • Minister of Road Transport and Highways • Minister Portfolios • NDA Government • Nitin Gadkari • Prime Minister Narendra Modi