Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi leaves for Delhi, Congress high command to decide on Punjab cabinet
Charanjit Singh Channi left for Delhi, where he is likely to discuss the expansion of the state Cabinet with the Congress' central leadership.
The decision of cabinet expansion was taken at a meeting of the BJP core committee on Monday night following several rounds of discussions in the presence of the party's central leadership.
According to Dahal's Secretariat, the three senior leaders discussed the issue of expanding the Deuba-led Cabinet.
Apart from Prasada, UP BJP vice–president Arvind Kumar Sharma, and chief of Nishad Party Dr Sanjay Nishad may be accommodated in the cabinet
The chief minister, who reached the national capital late on Sunday night, is scheduled to meet BJP president JP Nadda during the day.
Bommai, who rushed to Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport to take a flight to Delhi on Sunday evening, told the media that the Cabinet formation will take place before Wednesday.
His two-day trip to Jaipur comes at a time when speculations about Rajasthan Cabinet expansion are growing stronger.
AICC gen secy in charge for Rajasthan KC Venugopal arrived in Jaipur on Saturday night and went to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot's residence to hold discussions.
The revamp of Team Yogi could take place either by July-end or maximum by August first week.
The chief minister said that the immediate task before the government is to prepare the administration to tackle the expected third wave of Covid-19 effectively.
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.
With an eye on the 2022 Assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inducted a maximum seven new ministers from Uttar Pradesh in the Union Council of Ministers.
Finally, Bihar’s ruling JD-U has joined the Union Cabinet, although the party has to be content with only one berth. It has 16 MPs. LJP got one berth.
Rane is a mass Maratha leader in the Konkan belt. He started as a local Shiv Sena Shakha president and became the chief minister.
Experts say the major challenge for the new health minister Mansukh Mandaviya will be vaccinating as many people as possible with the short supply and before another wave.