Jaipur: In Rajasthan, talks of a cabinet reshuffle are heating up. Amit Malviya, a BJP politician, has now targeted Congress in the midst of all of this. He recently tweeted, in fact. "In Rajasthan, where the Congress is in control, just 3 out of 15 women were named ministers, amounting to only 20%," he stated in a tweet. However, in Uttar Pradesh, where Congress is the fourth-largest party, it is making bogus pledges to give women 40 percent of the vote. This is the reality of the Congress's and the Gandhi family's double politics.'
राजस्थान, जहाँ कांग्रेस सत्ता में है, वहाँ 15 में से सिर्फ़ 3 महिलाओं को मंत्री बनाया गया, मतलब मात्र 20%।
पर यूपी, जहाँ कांग्रेस चौथे नम्बर की पार्टी है, वहाँ महिलाओं को 40% प्रतिनिधित्व देने के झूठे वादे कर रही है। यही है कांग्रेस और गांधी परिवार की दोगली राजनीति का सच। pic.twitter.com/tJmOQ8yOEF
— Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) November 21, 2021
You're probably aware that Rajasthan's chief minister, Ashok Gehlot, is expanding his cabinet today. In truth, there has long been a schism between former Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot and Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. Let me inform you that in this Cabinet expansion, 11 Cabinet ministers and four new Ministers of State will be sworn in. At 4 p.m. today, the swearing-in event will take place at Raj Bhavan. Let me inform you that all of the ministers in Ashok Gehlot's cabinet submitted their resignations yesterday, and Raghu Sharma, Harish Chaudhary, and Govind Singh Dotasra's resignations were granted. Today, the new Ministers' names have been finalised.
Let me tell you that from the camp, Sachin Pilot has become four Ministers, and three Ministers of State have been promoted to Cabinet Ministers. CM Gehlot paid a visit to Raj Bhavan on Saturday when he met Governor Kalraj Mishra and discussed the cabinet swearing-in event, which will take place at 4 p.m. today.