For the first time, a Hindu woman lawmaker has been inducted into a Canadian Cabinet as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his "strong and skilled" team of 37 ministers which also includes three Sikh MPs. Trudeau unveiled his Cabinet with the induction of seven new faces, including Anita Anand, a former law professor at the University of Toronto. The three other Indian-origin MPs, all Sikhs, inducted into the Cabinet are Navdeep Bains (42), Bardish Chagger (39) and Harjit Sajjan (49). The Liberal`s minority government headed by 47-year-old Trudeau was sworn in on Wednesday at Rideau Hall in Ottawa. Harjit Sajjan, a former Vancouver police detective and a lieutenant-colonel in the Forces, remains the minister of national defense. Navdeep Bains was named as the minister of innovation, science, and industry. He represents Mississauga—Malton district in Ontario and retains the innovation and science files along with industry. Meanwhile, Bardish Chagger, who served as the government House leader in the last Parliament, will now not only take on diversity and inclusion, but also Trudeau`s responsibility for the youth. However, Amarjeet Sohi who was part of the 2015 Cabinet is not returning this time after his defeat in the election.