Modi Cabinet Expansion: It was the morning of 7th July and the time was also around 7 in the morning, the sun was raining fireballs early in the morning. The weather was hot and the political mercury of the country was also high, the Modi government was going to expand. 36 new ministers were to take oath in the evening but some ministers were also to have leave. The responsibility of reporting the leave was on the shoulders of BJP President JP Nadda. BJP President JP Nadda was busy taking turns calling the ministers of the government, it was a very difficult time for him as he had to ask the senior ministers of his party to resign from their posts.
Before calling, it was going on in his mind who should call first, but being the party president, he had to take this initiative, he made the first call to Ratan Lal Kataria of Haryana and told him that the party has decided that now he should You have to resign from the post of minister, the party will decide your next responsibility soon, so you should send your resignation to the Prime Minister’s Office soon.
After this, the party president Nadda was busy in telling this bad news and party instructions to the 12 ministers in turn till 8 in the morning. Some ministers wanted to know the reason for the party’s decision, while some immediately took the decision to a halt.
The country’s Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad dictated his resignation within a short time of the phone call of party president Nadda and sent it to the Prime Minister’s Office. Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar also sent his resignation within minutes of Nadda’s phone call.
Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishankh has actually typed a three-page resignation, in which he counted the achievements of his ministry for two years and after that, in the last, mentioned about resigning due to his health reasons and sent it to the Prime Minister’s Office.
By the end of the afternoon, the news of the resignation of all the ministers came to the fore. Most of the ministers of Bengal and Maharashtra had to resign. Two ministers Babul Supriyo and Deb Shree Choudhary from Bengal and Prakash Javdekar and Sanjay Dohitre from Maharashtra had to resign from their posts.
Some of these ministers were asked to resign for their poor performance in the work, some for the complaints of the party and the Sangh and some for giving important responsibilities in the party organisation. Within a few days, it will also become clear who will be given what responsibility.
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