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Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's new cabinet has first Hindu minister

IndiaTimes Friday, 22 November 2019 ()
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s 37-member new cabinet formed on Wednesday includes four Indian Canadians. While Trudeau has retained his earlier three Sikh ministers, he has also inducted first-time MP Anita Anand, making her the first Hindu woman lawmaker to be elected minister. Harjit Singh Sajjan (49), the most prominent Sikh face of Trudeau government and against whom Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh had railed a lot during his last stint, continues to be Canada’s defence minister.
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