12 Oct 2020

Is Modi Afraid Of Cabinet Expansion?

There has been speculation of PM Modi's cabinet expansion in the last several months, but Modi's cabinet has not been expanded. 

 Sometimes due to the Delhi elections, sometimes due to the Corona epidemic, the extension has to be postponed. But now the phase of speculations has intensified once again. It is being said that the government is awaiting Bihar elections.

It has been almost two and a half years since Narendra Modi became Prime Minister, but so far his new team has not been formed. Instead of increasing, the number of cabinet has reduced. 

In which most of the allies have been exited and now another post has become vacant after Paswan's departure. Since then, speculation of the expansion of the cabinet has started. It is being said that there can be expansion in the cabinet in Navratri. But there is a possibility that Modi will revamp his cabinet after Bihar elections and increase the number of ministers.

 In fact, PM Modi started a small team with 57 ministers in his second innings, then there was a discussion that PM will soon expand his team due to lack of space for parties like JDU Apna Dal. 

 Meanwhile, Union Minister Arvind Sawant from Shiv Sena quota and after him Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur of Akali Dal quota quit his post. Meanwhile, Minister of State for Railways Suresh Angadi also said goodbye to the world. In this way, Team Modi has left only 53 members at this time, whereas PM can have 81 members in his team. 

 Now, Modi gives place to other parties in this team, or rather BJP leaders. Suspense remains intact on this. Because at this time the representation of allies in Modi's cabinet has ended. At present, Ramdas Athawale of the ally is included in the Modi team as Minister of State. That is why it is being said that PM Modi can take a decision on the involvement of allies after the Bihar elections. 

 There is a discussion in the political corridors that according to the performance of JDU in Bihar elections, it will be given the post. Apart from this, in view of the upcoming elections, PM will try to take other parties along. Now we have to see who can be involved and who can be excluded.

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