The revamp of Team Yogi could take place either by July-end or maximum by August first week.
Modi Cabinet rejig: Induction of 4 Bengal ministers aims to balance state's caste, regional equation
The ministers will represent various communities and ethnic groups and help the party retain the existing vote bank but also regain the vote share lost to the ruling TMC.
No leader from NDPP coalition in Nagaland, NPP coalition in Meghalaya, and MNF coalition in Mizoram got any place in Modi Cabinet.
Mayawati said the exercise would neither cover up the wrong policies, activities and other shortcomings of the government nor divert the attention of people from it.
Another feature is presence of 14 ministers below the age of 50; fair representation to women as well with seven more inductees in the Council of Ministers
The name of Vaishnaw as a possible ministerial candidate was in circulation before the Cabinet rejig for his proximity to the Prime Minister, but the selection of Tudu caught many by surprise.
Mandavia has also been given the Chemicals and Fertilizers Ministry, whereas Vaishnaw will also be the Communications, Electronics, and Information Technology Minister.
Chaudhary got elected to the Lok Sabha five times--in 1996, 1998, 2004, 2014 and 2019--from the Jalaun constituency.
The Maratha leader was picked by Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray as chief minister when he decided to remove the genial Manohar Joshi ahead of the 1999 assembly elections.
Those resigned include cabinet ministers DV Sadananda Gowda, Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank', Harsh Vardhan and Prakash Javadekar.
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As many as 15 Cabinet ministers, including some new faces, were sworn-in at the swearing in ceremony held in the Darbar Hall of the Rashtrapati Bhawan.
Besides being the chemicals and fertilizers minister in the Narendra Modi government, Gowda has also held portfolios like Railways, Law, Statistics and Programme Implementation.
This will be the first reshuffle in his Council of Ministers by PM Narendra Modi since he assumed charge for a second term in May 2019.
Nitish-led party wanted five berths, including two MoS, but PM Modi and BJP leaders are reported to have agreed to only three ministers