Modi’s cabinet reshuffle is 27 new ministers tipped. With the all-party conference on Jammu and Kashmir concluded, the anticipated Cabinet change has regained momentum. As many as 27 probable, including heavyweights Jyotiraditya Scindia, Sushil Modi, Sarbananda Sonowal, Narayan Rane, and Bhupender Yadav, may be part of the rumored impending major overhaul of the Union Cabinet.
The new ministers in the Narendra Modi government are expectes to be sworn. Including former Congress heavyweight Scindia, who has joined the BJP; former Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi; and senior BJP organizational heavyweights Bhupender Yadav from Rajasthan. Who is the party’s general secretary, and Kailash Vijayvargiya from Madhya Pradesh, who was in charge of the BJP’s election campaign in 2014. Syed Zafar Islam, the BJP’s spokesman, and a prominent minority figure are also plugging for a federal government position.
Former Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and former Maharashtra Chief Minister Narayan Rane are also on the master list. As is Maharashtra Beed MP Pritam Munde and Gopinath Munde’s daughter.
Swatantra Dev Singh, BJP UP leader, is definite; Pankaj Chaudhary, Maharajganj MP, Varun Gandhi, and alliance partner Anupriya Patel are among the probables from Uttar Pradesh, which is heading for make or break’ elections next year.
Anil Jain of the Rajya Sabha, Ashwini Vaishnaw of Odisha, and former Baijayant Panda of Odisha are also on the list, as is Dinesh Trivedi, the former Railway Minister of Bengal. Jain is also the All India Tennis Association’s President.
There is a sizable presence from Rajasthan, including P.P. Choudhry, a former Union Minister in the Modi administration, Rahul Kaswan, the state’s youngest MP from Churu, and Sikar MP Sumedhanand Saraswati.
Meenakshi Lekhi, the New Delhi Member of Parliament, would be the lone Delhi contestant.
Pasupati Paras, who renounce against Chirag Paswan, is expect to get a central seat from the LJP, as are JDU nominees R.C.P. Singh and Santosh Kumar.
Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Rajya Sabha MP from Karnataka, may possibly represent the state. C.R. Patil, Gujarat BJP President, will join the cabinet with Ahmedabad West MP Kirit Solaki.
Sunita Duggal, a former Income Tax officer from Haryana, is also a possible candidate. Jamyang Tsering Namgyal, the Ladakh Member of Parliament who cracks up with his Parliament address, is also being prepense.
The rearrangement is being force by vacancies creat by the unexpect deaths of Ram Vilas Paswan. And Suresh Angadi, as well as the departure of Akali Dal and Shiv Sena members.
Numerous ministers are burden with numerous ministries as a result of deaths and resignations. The upcoming elections in Uttar Pradesh played a role in the reshuffle. As did the desire to give the administration some weight via the appointment of Bhupender Yadav, a strong organizational face.
Since PM Modi’s re-election in 2019, this would be the first time such a rearrangement has resulted in a cumulation expansion.