New Delhi: In the second term of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the cabinet is going to be expanded for the first time today. Meanwhile, three Union ministers have resigned from their posts. Union Labor Minister Santosh Gangwar has resigned from the post of minister citing age. At the same time, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has resigned from the Modi cabinet due to health reasons. Union Minister DV Sadananda Gowda has also resigned from the Modi cabinet.
Just yesterday, cabinet minister Thaawarchand Gehlot has been made the governor of Karnataka. In such a situation, four ministers have been discharged from the cabinet. In their place, new people can be given a chance. Debashree Chaudhary may also be discharged from the Ministry of Women and Child Development, but this news has not been confirmed yet.
New faces can get a chance
Santosh Gangwar comes from Uttar Pradesh and has reached the Lok Sabha after winning the election on BJP ticket from Bareilly seat. With the resignation of Gangwar, it is clear that a new face can be included from the UP quota. At the same time, in place of Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, someone from Uttarakhand can be included in the cabinet. Union Minister DV Sadananda Gowda, who resigned from the Modi cabinet, is the Minister of Fertilizers and Chemicals. Gowda is an MP from Karnataka. He has also been the Chief Minister of Karnataka.
Debashree Chaudhary may also be on leave
At the same time, Debashree Chaudhary may be discharged from the Ministry of Women and Child Development from the Modi cabinet. After the defeat of the BJP in the West Bengal assembly elections, there was a possibility that the BJP might change the ministerial ranks of the leaders of West Bengal. Debashree Chaudhary comes from West Bengal and is a Lok Sabha MP from Raiganj seat.
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