Civics

The Ministers, holding not so important portfolios, decide major policies of the government.


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False


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The cabinet is the body of High ranking executive officials. It consists of the important ministers of the central government who holds ministries like home, defence, finance, external affairs etc. It meets frequently and takes decisions regarding the transaction of government business. It directs the council of ministers by taking policy decisions which are binding on all ministers.
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