Patna: Amidst the news of expansion of Modi cabinet, a big statement of LJP leader Chirag Paswan has come. Chirag said that it is not possible to make Pashupati Paras a Union minister from the LJP quota as the party’s executive board has expelled him. I have informed the PM through letter. If he is made a minister as LJP MP, I will go to court. There is no problem if he becomes an independent MP or a minister from JDU.
Chirag Paswan said that after the Bihar elections, I had said that this government will not run for more than one and a half years. JDU leaders should pray that the cabinet does not expand. If there is expansion, then it will break first, then it will be in JDU. I don’t need to tell what will happen to the Bihar government after that.
Discussion of making Pashupati Kumar Paras a minister
Paswan said that the constitution of Lok Janshakti Party states that there is a national executive of at least 75 members, in which out of 15 cells, the president of only one cell has separated from us. Out of 6 Vice Presidents, 1 Vice President has separated from us. Out of 35 state presidents, 33 are with us.
Let us tell you that the Modi government is going to expand its cabinet. According to sources, Prime Minister Narendra Modi can expand his cabinet on July 8. This time around 17 to 22 new ministers can be included in the cabinet. There is talk of making Pashupati Kumar Paras a minister from LJP quota.
Nitish Kumar’s party JDU asked for four posts in the cabinet expansion, gave this formula