New Delhi: Most of the people have not liked the ouster of former Health Minister Harsh Vardhan from the cabinet. According to the IANS C Voter poll, more than half or 54 percent of the respondents said that Harsh Vardhan alone is not responsible for the hardships faced by people during the Covid pandemic. They are just being made scapegoats. However, 29 per cent, however, disagreed with this notion. The sample size of the survey is 1200 and is based on interviews with adult respondents across sectors.
Is there any hope of relief from rising oil prices?
Despite the arrival of new ministers, there is little hope of any relief in the prices of petrol and diesel. 55 per cent said that the removal of the petroleum minister and the appointment of Hardeep Puri to the post will not stop the rising prices of petrol and diesel, while 34 per cent believe that it is possible.
A positive attitude has been seen regarding a new education ministry. 52 per cent respondents said that this would improve the education situation in the country, while 35 per cent disagreed. A major reshuffle was done in the Modi government on Wednesday. In this reshuffle, many veteran ministers were removed from key departments. Most of these resignations were unexpected and not part of the general speculation that usually precedes a cabinet reshuffle.
Harsh Vardhan widely criticized on the situation of Corona
Health Minister Harsh Vardhan was relieved due to the alleged mismanagement of the second wave of Kovid as the second wave of Kovid killed lakhs of people in the country in just a few days. Harsh Vardhan was widely criticized for the status of Corona as the Health Ministry is seen as the nodal ministry for managing the COVID situation and vaccine administration.
Among the senior ministers, Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Sadananda Gowda, Union Chemicals and Fertilizers Minister and Union Labor and Employment Minister Santosh Gangwar have also resigned. Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment Thawar Chand Gehlot has been appointed as the Governor of Karnataka. Twelve ministers have resigned from the Modi government, including Law and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and Information and Broadcasting and Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar.
Ministers of State include Women and Child Development Minister Debashree Choudhary, Jal Shakti and Social Justice and Empowerment Minister Ratan Lal Kataria, Minister of State for Education Sanjay Dhotre, Minister of State for Animal Husbandry Pratap Chandra Sarangi, Minister of State for Environment Babul Supriyo, and Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution. Minister of State Raosaheb Danve Patil, all have resigned.
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