New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi can expand the cabinet on 7th July i.e. on Wednesday. Just before this today, PM Modi held a meeting with Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP’s Organization General Secretary BL Santosh. Sources said that there is a “strong possibility” of a reshuffle in the cabinet. Shah and Santosh held discussions with the Prime Minister for several hours at his residence on Sunday.
Former Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Sushil Modi and RCP Singh are believed to be among the probables who may get a place in the Modi Council of Ministers.
According to sources, the representation of West Bengal may also increase in this expansion. It is believed that BJP’s allies JDU and Apna Dal (S) may also get representation. RPI leader Ram Dass Athawale is the only non-BJP leader who is included in the Narendra Modi Council of Ministers. Narayan Rane, Hina Gavit and Ranjit Naik Nimbalkar from Maharashtra may get a place in the cabinet.