Narendra Modi government’s cabinet expansion. After the change in the organizational level, now eyes on the cabinet expansion of the Narendra Modi government.
After the change in the BJP organization, the eye is now on the cabinet expansion of the ruling Narendra Modi government at the Center. Sources believe that once the role of the party leaders is clear, it will now become easier to take a decision on including the remaining potential faces in the government.
New faces may also get a chance in government
Some leaders believe that the Narendra Modi government’s cabinet expansion will happen soon, while other leaders also say that it will be decided after the October-November Bihar elections. It is clear that if there is a cabinet expansion after the Bihar elections, it will happen only after 10 November.
Prime Minister Modi took his second innings oath on May 30, 2019. It has been 16 months since then, the cabinet expansion has not been done, while after taking oath in May 2014, he expanded the cabinet only six months later.
After the announcement of the new team of the 70-member party organization on Saturday, now discussions of cabinet expansion have intensified.
Some leaders who are outside the organization may get a chance
A BJP leader, on the condition of anonymity, said that these places have remained vacant since the resignation of two ministers and the death of one minister. In such situations, cabinet expansion becomes necessary, but it is not yet clear when this will happen.
Some of the leaders who are outside the organization may get a chance. Many big faces have bid farewell to the organization. Among them is Vinay Sahastrabuddhe, who was the party’s national vice president.
Apart from this, there are Anil Jain, Saroj Pandey, Ram Madhav, and P Muralidhar Rao who were national general secretaries. There are discussions that those who are Rajya Sabha members may find a place in the cabinet expansion.