5 new governors appointed, Kalraj Mishra goes to Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu BJP chief is Telangana governor
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5 new governors appointed, Kalraj Mishra goes to Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu BJP chief is Telangana governor

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A total of five governors have been appointed by President Ram Nath Kovind on Sunday. Himachal Pradesh Governor Kalraj Mishra has replaced Kalyan Singh as the Rajasthan Governor.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Kalraj Mishra has been appointed as the new Governor of Rajasthan
  • His earlier role as Himachal governor will be taken up by Bandaru Dattatreya
  • A total of five governors have been appointed by President Kovind on Sunday

Kalraj Mishra, the Governor of Himachal Pradesh, was on Sunday transferred and appointed as the Governor of Rajasthan by President Ram Nath Kovind. Mishra will replace Kalyan Singh as the Rajasthan governor.

Kalraj Mishra has replaced Kalyan Singh as the Rajasthan Governor. Meanwhile, taking over Mishra’s role as Himachal governor is former Union minister Bandaru Dattatreya.

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has congratulated Mishra in a tweet and said, “Congratulations to Sh. Kalraj Mishra for being appointed Governor of #Rajasthan. My best wishes to him…”

A total of five governors have been appointed by President Kovind on Sunday, including the transfer and appointment of Kalraj Mishra.

Tamil Nadu BJP president Dr Tamilisai Soundararajan has been appointed as the Governor of Telangana, replacing ESL Narasimhan.

Bhagat Singh Koshyari has been appointed as the new Governor of Maharashtra. Koshyari will replace Vidyasagar Rao.

Arif Mohammed Khan has been appointed as the Kerala governor in place of P Sathasivam. Khan had earlier quit the Rajiv Gandhi government over the Shah Bano case and has been cited many times by BJP in triple talaq debates. He has also supported the government on the Article 370 move.

After being appointed as the new Kerala governor, Khan said, “It is an opportunity to serve. Fortunate to be born in a country like India which is so vast and rich in diversity. It is a great opportunity for me to know this part of India, which forms boundary of India and is called god’s own country.”

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