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Shipping Minister Mansukh Mandaviya left out of all Cabinet committee including the one on Economic Affairs.

Shipping is one of the important levers of the economy but the Union Minister  who is independent in charge of the crucial ministry Mr Mansukh Mandivya does not find a place even as a Special Invitee in any of the Cabinet committees including the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs announced by the government on June sixth. That he has not been assigned the status of a Cabinet minister could be an explanation for exclusion but the ministry he held is so crucial driver of the economy to be left out of the mainstream decision making, say the shipping experts here
The experts here are concerned whether their economic activity will get a boost in the next five years by the incumbent government if the omission of their Minister from crucial Cabinet Committees is any indication.
Mr Mandaviya does not find a place in any of the Cabinet committees including the one on Investment and growth and Employment and Skill development besides the committee on Economic Affairs.
The all powerful Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs will be headed by Prime Minister and includes Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense minister Rajnath Singh, Transport minister Nitin Gadkari, Finance minister Nirmala Sitaraman, Railways and Commerce Minister  Piyush Goyal,  External affairs minister Dr Subramanyam Jaishankar, Chemicals and Fertilizers minister Sadanand Gowda,  Agriculture and Rural development minister Narendra Singh Tomar. Communications and Information technology minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, Food processing minister Harsimrat Kaur and Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural gas Dharmendra Pradhan.

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