New Delhi: In the second innings of the Modi government, the suspense about the first cabinet expansion is slowly ending. The swearing-in ceremony is to be held at 6 pm. Those who are going to be the new ministers came to meet the Prime Minister before the oath. Along with this, promotion of some ministers is also to be done. He was also called by the Prime Minister for discussion.
After this expansion, there will be 12 scheduled caste ministers in the Modi cabinet. Out of these, 8 will be cabinet ministers and 8 will be from the states of the country. In these, almost all the scheduled castes have representation. There will be 8 scheduled tribe ministers, out of which 3 will be cabinet ministers. There will be 27 ministers from backward classes in the Modi cabinet, out of which 5 will be cabinet ministers. There will be 5 minority ministers, 1 Muslim, 1 Sikh, 1 Buddhist, 1 Christian and 1 Jain.
29 different castes have been given a place in the Modi cabinet. There are 11 women ministers, two cabinet ministers, nine women ministers of state. The average age of the cabinet is 58 years, with 14 ministers having a working age of 50 years. Of these, 6 are cabinet ministers.
Experience has also been taken care of in the cabinet. There are 46 ministers who have experience of being ministers in the past. Out of these, 23 ministers have been ministers for three times, 4 are former chief ministers, 18 are ministers who have been ministers in states, 35 are former MLAs.
Professionalism has also been given priority in the cabinet. 13 ministers are lawyers by profession, 6 ministers are doctors by profession, 5 ministers are engineers and 7 ministers have been bureaucrats.
In the Modi Council of Ministers, 25 different states of the country have been given representation. In the Modi Council of Ministers, representation has been given to the West Zone/Green Pradesh, Braj region, Bundel block, Awadh, Purvanchal of Uttar Pradesh.
Representation has been given to Konkan, Khandesh, Marathwada, Vidarbha of Maharashtra. The Masur Karnataka region of Karnataka, Bombay Karnataka, Coastal Karnataka have also been represented.
Gujarat’s North Gujarat, Central Gujarat and Saurashtra have been given representation. West Bengal’s Jal Paiguri, Medinipur, Presidency areas have been given a place in the cabinet while five ministers are from the northeastern states.
It is clear that due to this reshuffle of Modi government, mini India is being seen in the council of ministers, along with the message that it is trying to give is, government of scheduled, backward, exploited, oppressed class, through this Modi will make every effort. Expanding the voice and the will of the people, which have been considered suppressed.
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