New Delhi: The Modi government is preparing for a major overhaul. The prime minister is aiming for a major overhaul ahead of the five state elections. Jyotiraditya Scindia will play a crucial role in the cabinet. It will also be in retaliation for helping the BJP recapture Madhya Pradesh. Sarbanand Sonowal, who vacated the Chief Minister’s post for Himanta Bishwa Sharma, will also be in the cabinet. It is reported that the cabinet will be reshuffled in the next two days.
Meanwhile, the BJP plans to oust Chirag Paswan. The BJP has decided to appoint Paswan’s uncle Pasupathi Paras as Union Minister. Ram Vilas Paswan, the late LJP founder Pashupati Paras, will take over the ministry post. With this, the LJP will also get representation in the cabinet. Earlier, the LJP was split by Pasupathi Paras. It is still unclear whether the JDU will be in the cabinet.
The JDU had abstained from forming the cabinet in 2019, saying the BJP was not considering it properly. Nitish Kumar is hoping for two ministries. Lallan Singh, Ramnath Thakur and Santosh Kushwaha are being considered for the ministry. BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi from Bihar, Narayan Rane and Bhupendra Yadav from Maharashtra are also likely to be in the Modi cabinet. After more than a month of discussions and inspections, a shortlist of ministers was finally drawn up.
Meanwhile, there are indications that there will be more ministers from Uttar Pradesh this time as the polls prepare. The names of Varun Gandhi, Ramshankar Katheria, Anil Jain, Rita Bahuguna Joshi and Zafar Islam are from UP. Anupriya Patel, the BJP’s ally in UP, may also feature in UP. Ajay Bhatt and Anil Baluni from Uttarakhand are being considered. Pratap Sinha from Karnataka is also being considered.
Bengal will also get more representation this time. The names of Jagannath Sarkar, Shantanu Thakur and Nitheet Pramanik are in front. Brijendra Singh from Haryana, Rahul Kaswan from Rajasthan, Ashwani Vaishnav from Odisha, Poonam Mahajan from Maharashtra or Pritam Munde or Parvez Verma or Meenakshi Lekhi from Delhi will be in the cabinet. Modi, Amit Shah and JP Nadda discussed the names at the meeting. Each minister will be appointed for the next Lok Sabha elections.
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