Tejashwi's remark on the cabinet expansion has come in the backdrop of speculation over the cabinet expansion with Congress getting two ministerial berths.
Briefing mediapersons of the cabinet decision, development commissioner Pradeep Jena said the Centre has already notified 22 castes along with their synonyms as OBCs for Odisha.
There is also speculation that the Ministry of Coal and the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology may also get new faces to head.
Though there has been no official word, sources said the changes may occur anytime this month before the start of the Budget Session of Parliament on January 31.
With the appointment of Singh as the new state party president, Congress is trying hard to regain its lost ground and assert itself more aggressively.
But he did not specify any date for a meeting of the high command, but said it will occur soon.
The Prime Minister is expected to undertake the exercise before the commencement of the Budget Session of Parliament.
Alleging that the CPM decision was a mockery of society, opposition leader VD Satheesan said the situation that led to Saji Cherian's resignation still remains the same.
Bommai had told RSS leaders the need to include Ramesh Jarkiholi, Eshwarappa
MLA from Talwandi Sabo Baljinder Kaur will soon get the rank of a cabinet minister in her capacity as the chief whip of the ruling party in the state assembly.
Though, the Cabinet reportedly discussed several issues, the official release stated that it sanctioned posts in the police department to reduce the crime rate related to narcotic drugs.
Patil said he will be visiting the families of those who died in clashes that took place over the boundary dispute in the past.
The decision assumes significance in the wake of violent protests by members of the ‘Pasi’ community in Patna on Tuesday against the ban on sale of toddy.
Though Nadda is tied up with the Municipal Corporation of Delhi elections, he is likely to give an appointment to Bommai.
The minister said the move is primarily aimed at ensuring the safety of women and children.
The state cabinet is likely to be expanded and reshuffled soon, with the Assembly polls just six months away.
Sunak has pledged to govern with "integrity" and has tried to unite the Conservatives by including people from different wings of the party in his top team.
On the Vokkaliga community demand for 12 per cent reservation, Bommai said aspirations of all communities have increased, and there is nothing wrong in seeking reservation.
The government will pass an executive order to this effect in two to three days.
At present, Karnataka provides 32 per cent reservation for OBCs, 15 per cent for SCs and 3 per cent for STs, totalling 50 per cent.