While Najafgarh legislator Gehlot was given the charge of Law and Justice, Transport, Information Technology and Administrative Reforms, Gautam -- who represents the Seemapuri assembly constituency -- was given the charge of Water, Social welfare, SC/ST, Art and Culture, Gurudwara Elections and Languages, a Delhi government official said.
Both the legislators are advocates.
On May 6, Kapil Mishra, who was holding the portfolio of Water, Tourism and Culture, was in a sudden move sacked by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
Kejriwal also raised questions on the Central government for not approving the appointments of its two ministers for over 12 days.
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