Modi Cabinet Expansion: Prime Minister Narendra Modi may expand his cabinet on July 8. This time around 17 to 22 new ministers can be included in the cabinet. During this, additional charges can also be taken from many ministers. At the same time, many ministers can also be on leave. In the expansion of the cabinet, a lot of care can be taken of the electoral states. Meanwhile, the leaders who are being discussed to join the cabinet are reaching Delhi one by one. Know who are in the race from which state. New names have also appeared today.
Many vacancies in cabinet
The posts of several ministers are vacant after the Shiv Sena and Akali Dal broke away from the NDA and the death of Ram Vilas Paswan and many others. At present, there are only 53 ministers in the Modi cabinet, while according to the constitution, the number of ministers can be maximum 79.
JDU leader Umesh Kushwaha has claimed that the leaders of his party will also get a place in the Union Cabinet. However, how many ministers of his party will be made, it has not been disclosed yet. Meanwhile, BJP leader Jyotiraditya Scindia has been called from Delhi by phone. Scindia can reach Delhi by evening. Earlier, Scindia bowed his head at the Mahakal temple in Ujjain and took blessings. He said that Scindia has an old relationship with the temple of Mahakal.
Varun Gandhi also got a place in the cabinet
Varun Gandhi, known for his aggressive attitude, may also be given a place in the cabinet. He is an MP from Pilibhit in Uttar Pradesh. Elections are to be held in UP next year. In such a situation, Varun can be included in the Modi cabinet from the quota of UP.
The burden of many ministers could be reduced in a possible reshuffle. Among these ministers Narendra Singh Tomar, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Prakash Javadekar, Piyush Goyal and Prahlad Joshi can take the burden of additional ministry.
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- Three to four ministers to be inducted
- Anupriya Patel from Apna Dal
- Two to three ministers will be involved
- BJP-Sushil Modi
- RCP Singh from JDU
- and Pashupati Paras from LJP
- One to Two Ministers will attend
- Jyotiraditya Scindia
- Rakesh Singh
- One to two ministers will attend
- Narayan Rane
- Hina Gavit
- Ranjit Naik Nimbalkar
- A minister may be involved
- Jammu and Kashmir – may be made a minister
Ladakh – may include a minister is
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