New ministers included in Modi’s cabinet took charge on Thursday. Also participated in the important cabinet meeting in the evening. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given some mantras to the new ministers before the start of work. Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the new ministers to meet their predecessors and learn from their experiences. He said in the meeting of the new Council of Ministers that the ministers who were no longer part of it contributed a lot, the new ministers can learn from them.
Along with this, the Prime Minister told the ministers in the meeting of the Council that they should make cleanliness programs and also pay attention to their health.
He said that he should come to the proceedings of Parliament with full preparation and avoid making unnecessary statements in the media. Along with this, PM Modi said that be very involved in the work of the ministries.
PM Modi tells new ministers to meet predecessors and learn from their experience: Sources
— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) July 8, 2021
Significantly, the Modi cabinet has been expanded on Wednesday. In this 43 ministers have been sworn in. After this, there have been 77 ministers in the Modi cabinet. 36 new faces have been given place while 7 ministers have been promoted and given cabinet rank. Along with this, many big leaders including Ravi Shankar Prasad and Prakash Javadekar and Harsh Vardhan had resigned as ministers before the cabinet expansion.
In the new cabinet, preference has been given to states like Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat, where assembly elections are going to be held next year. Along with this, special preference has been given to youth, professionals and experienced people in the cabinet.
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