Madya Pradesh: preparations for cabinet expansion in final stage, new ministers may take oath next week


Bhopal, State Bureau. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has also made up his mind to add new faces to the team to break the news of cabinet expansion. In a conversation with Dainik Jagran’s associate newspaper Naiduniya, Chauhan said that he would soon expand the cabinet. There is a possibility that if all goes well, about 22 ministers can be sworn in next week. Meanwhile, the claimants for the post of minister also held talks with Chief Minister and organization chief VD Sharma and state organization general minister Suhas Bhagat on Friday.

Former ministers Singh, Bisen and Patwa reached BJP office

Friday was a big day for the BJP’s politics. With the rumor of the expansion of the cabinet, many contenders raced Bhopal. In the state BJP office, former Home Minister Bhupendra Singh met State President VD Sharma and Suhas Bhagat. Singh said that they only talked about the by-election in Sagar district. Former minister Gaurishankar Bisen also met the two leaders. Bisen told the media that there is no claim to be a minister in the BJP.

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Chief Minister sent the list of claimants to Delhi

Here, sources said that the discussion between the Chief Minister and the organization leaders regarding the claimants for the post of minister has also been completed. The list of contenders has been sent to the central leadership. There is a possibility that the Chief Minister may visit Delhi once before setting the date of oath. 

Former state president Rakesh Singh is also active

Former state president Rakesh Singh was also active in Bhopal on Friday amid reports of cabinet expansion. He left the state BJP office for the first time after leaving the post of state president.


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