Minister of Yogi Cabinet who failed to make development can be sacked

Jul 17 2019 03:03 PM
Minister of Yogi Cabinet who failed to make development can be sacked

With the BJP's command being handed over to Uttar Pradesh Minister of State for Transport Independent Dev Singh, the possibility of an early reshuffle of the Yogi Cabinet has also increased. Three ministers have resigned after becoming an MP, while one minister has already been sacked. With another minister given the organisation's responsibility, new contenders are now exploring the possibility for themselves.

In the presence of Executive Chairman JP Nadda and National General Secretary BL Santosh at BJP President Amit Shah's residence in Delhi, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath brainstormed on several points related to the organisation and the government. With the nomination of the BJP state president the next day, the possibility of a cabinet reshuffle has now increased. Let us know the full details

Getting Indian citizen becomes easier for Pak and Bangladesh minorities

Rita Bahuguna Joshi, Professor SP Singh Baghel and Satyadev Pachauri, who won the Lok Sabha elections following the dismissal of Om Prakash Rajbhar, the president of the Bharatiya Samaj Party and the Backward Class Welfare Minister, have resigned from the Cabinet. The vacant posts of these four ministers have been assigned to other allies, but it is believed that there will be a fresh fixation of the responsibility for smooth functioning.

These parties may lose status of the National party

At present, the Cabinet has 43 members, including the Chief Minister, while the state has a quota of 60. In terms of preparation for the assembly elections, the government will create a regional balance along with ethnic equations. It is expected to be made a minister each from Kashi, Gorakhpur, Braj, Awadh, Kanpur-Bundelkhand and west region. In addition, some of the most important faces of the organization may also get a chance. Some of the poorly performing ministers may also be removed. 

 

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