Modi Cabinet Expansion : PM Narendra Modi‘s cabinet will expanded this week and 20 to 22 ministers can take oath. According to information received from sources, the cabinet may expanded between July 6 and 8. The Union Cabinet currently consists of 53 ministers and may have 81 members after expansion. Coalition parties can also be a part of Modi cabinet this time and apart from JDU, LJP, leaders can take oath from Apna Dal quota.
Modi Cabinet Expansion : Who can become a minister from which state?
Uttar Pradesh : Three communication ministers from Uttar Pradesh will included in the Modi cabinet. Anupriya Patel from Apna Dal can also get a place in the cabinet.
Bihar : Two to three leaders of Bihar can included in the cabinet. In this, the names of BJP’s Sushil Kumar Modi, JDU’s RCP Singh and LJP’s Pashupati Paras are ahead.
Madhya Pradesh : One to two ministers from Madhya Pradesh will included in the cabinet. The names of Jyotiraditya Scindia and Rakesh Singh are include in this.
Maharashtra : One to two ministers from Maharashtra can included in the Modi cabinet. It includes the name of Narayan Rane.
Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh : One minister each from Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh can get a place in the cabinet.
Rajasthan : One minister from Rajasthan can also included in the Modi cabinet.
Assam : One to two ministers from Assam can included in the cabinet. In this, the name of former Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal is at the fore.
West Bengal : Two leaders of West Bengal can given place in the Modi cabinet. In this, the names of BJP MP Shantanu Thakur and Nisith Pramanik are coming forward. Apart from this, a minister from Odisha can included in the cabinet.
Modi Cabinet Expansion : 9 ministers with additional charge may leave the ministry
- Prakash Javadekar
- Piyush Goyal
- Dharmendra Pradhan
- Nitin Gadkari
- Narendra Singh Tomar
- Ravi Shankar Prasad
- Smriti Irani
- Hardeep Singh Puri