Modi cabinet reshuffle possible before June 10: Some ministers from outside the old-cadre will be relieved
Modi cabinet reshuffle possible before June 10: Some ministers from outside the old cadre will be relieved; change in organization
Preparations have begun for the final reshuffle of the Modi cabinet ahead of the assembly elections to be held in five states this year and the Lok Sabha elections next year. It is believed that the reshuffle will happen before June 10. At the same time, there will be a change in the organization before June 10 or after June 10. Barring a few exceptions, aged and out-of-cadre ministers will be relieved of their posts.
Actually, by the end of the year 2023, assembly elections are to be held in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Telangana, and Mizoram. After the defeat in Karnataka, it is a big challenge for the BJP to win in these states. Just as the Congress had stronger local leaders than the BJP in Karnataka, the situation is more or less the same in these states as well.
Sources say the high command's assessment is that by reshuffling the existing Union cabinet and organizational structure, the BJP can strategically improve the situation in the five states. Since there is not much time left in the election. In such a situation, there is a preparation for change as soon as possible.
Barring a few exceptions in the current cabinet, aging ministers and people from outside the cadre can be replaced by young and original cadre workers. The quota of ministers is also expected to increase in the five electoral states. People from allied parties are also expected to get a place.