PM Modi’s Major Cabinet Reshuffle: Find Out What To Expect Here.

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By: Priyanka Sikdar

Last Update: 2021-07-07 14:57:41 IST

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet reshuffle, which begins at 6 p.m. today and is the first of his the second term will usher in significant changes in response to political and administrative issues, as well as upcoming elections.

PM Modi’s Major Cabinet Reshuffle: Find Out What To Expect Here.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet reshuffle, which begins at 6 p.m. today and is the first of his
second term, will usher in significant changes in response to political and administrative issues, as well
as upcoming elections.
Among the potential new ministers are Jyotiraditya Scindia, Sarbananda Sonowal, Narayan Rane, Varun
Gandhi, and Pashupati Paras of the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP).
According to top government officials, the new cabinet would be the “youngest-ever” in India’s history.
OBCs are projected to receive a larger share of ministries as a result of the restructuring (Other
Backward Class).
According to the sources, there will be more women ministers and those with administrative expertise
will be given special consideration.
The revised cabinet would also include “PhDs, MBAs, post-graduates, and professionals,” according to
government sources, in order to raise the average educational level.
The relaunch will also focus on regions within states, with polls in five states scheduled for next year and
the national election in 2024 in mind.
According to the government, a new “Ministry of Cooperation” has been established to “strengthen the
the cooperative movement in the country.”
Union Social Justice Minister Thawarchand Gehlot was upgraded to Governor yesterday, ahead of the
cabinet changes and several Governors were shifted.
Mr. Gehlot’s departure creates a gap in the Rajya Sabha and in the cabinet, which might be filled by
recent defections like Dinesh Trivedi (who defected from the Trinamool Congress to the BJP) and Jitin
Prasada (ex-Congress).
Anupriya Patel (Apna Dal), Pankaj Chowdhury, Rita Bahuguna Joshi, Ram Shankar Katheria, Lallan Singh,
and Rahul Kaswan is among those thought to have received the call.
There are 52 ministers in the Union Cabinet, which can have up to 81 members. This means that a total
of 29 ministers can be added.

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