Cabinet Expansion in UP: The expansion of the cabinet in UP is almost certain. The cabinet expansion has got the green signal in the meeting held with the BJP and the Sangh on Sunday. It has also been agreed on which new faces will be given place in the cabinet. After this, on Monday, BJP State President Swatantra Dev Singh and Organization General Secretary Sunil Bansal reached Delhi. In Delhi, everything will be decided soon after discussions with BJP National President JP Nadda, National Organization General Secretary BL Santosh and Home Minister Amit Shah. Sources say that 5-7 new names can be included in the expansion. The date of extension to be held this month will be announced after discussion with CM Yogi Adityanath.
no minister will be removed
Sources say that the Sangh has advised the BJP not to remove anyone from the current cabinet. Instead of benefiting from this, BJP may suffer. UP BJP has also accepted this advice. On Sunday, a coordination meeting of the union, government and organization was held in Lucknow. In which CM Yogi Adityanath, State President Swatantra Dev Singh, Organization General Secretary Sunil Bansal and both Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya, Dinesh Sharma, Sangh’s Sir Karyawah Datratreya Hosabole were present. There was an agreement regarding the expansion of the cabinet.
After returning from the meeting, he had a brainstorm with BJP’s Swatantra Dev Singh and Sunil Bansal. Some names were also discussed. The UP organization prepared a list of 10 possible names and held a meeting with National President JP Nadda and National Organization General Secretary BL Santosh in Delhi on Monday. 5-7 names have been finalized from the list of UP. Now a meeting is also to be held with Home Minister Amit Shah. They will also be consulted on the shortlisted names.
Special focus will be on ethnic mathematics
Sources say that after the opinion of the Sangh, the BJP has prepared its list in which special attention has been paid to caste mathematics. At present, apart from CM, there are 22 cabinet ministers, 9 ministers of state (independent charge) and 21 ministers of state i.e. a total of 53 people in the UP cabinet. 60 people can be included in the cabinet, due to this, a maximum of seven new ministers can be included. While inducting new ministers, it will be seen that regional and caste balance is maintained in the cabinet. Along with Dalits, backward classes, Brahmins are also likely to get representation in the cabinet.
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