BL Santhosh talks with Nadda ahead of a possible cabinet change. In advance of the expected reshuffle of the Union cabinet, BJP national General Secretary (Organisation) B.L. Santhosh met with party President J.P. Nadda at the latter’s home here on Tuesday to discuss the likely reshuffle at the organizational level, according to a party statement.
According to sources, the primary topic of conversation between Nadda and Santhosh would be the possibility of a cabinet change. As well as the possibility of providing potential ministerial seats to the BJP’s coalition partner Janta Dal-United (JD-U).
“On Wednesday While meeting, it is normal that Nadda and Santhosh would examine the quantity of bureau situates. That the JD-U will get because of the alliance bargain came to with the resistance groups. The JD-U is requesting four ministerial slots, including two Cabinet positions and two Ministers of State positions. Santhosh will meet with representatives from the JD-U. Union Home Minister Amit Shah may potentially meet with the leadership of the JD-U to discuss the next cabinet change. “A member of the party’s inner circle stated
BJP head Amit Shah and his son Santhosh are expects to meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi later on Tuesday evening. According to a party source. However, there has been no official confirmation of the meeting yet.
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Nadda, who had been on a two-day visit to Himachal Pradesh. Returns to Delhi on Tuesday amid speculation of a cabinet change. Nadda has been in Himachal Pradesh since January.
According to reliable sources, a cabinet change it expects to take place within a couple of days. And the BJP MPs have been instructing to be in the national capital as soon as possible. But neither the party nor the administration has given any indication of when a potential cabinet reshuffle could take place, according to the media.
“Talking about a potential bureau reshuffle, there has been talking since last month, with the Prime Minister holding various rounds of conversations with senior gathering pioneers, including Shah, Nadda, and Santhosh, among others, during that time. A personal assessment of the work of the current ministers has been conducted by the Prime Minister “a member of the party’s inner circle stated
A delegation of BJP officials, including former Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and Rajya Sabha MP Jyotiraditya Scindia, arrived in the national capital on Tuesday evening. Both are expected to be appointed to the cabinet.