Chhattisgarh Politics / Chhattisgarh CM Vishnu Dev Sai told when the cabinet will be expanded, these MLAs can make ministers

Zoom News : Dec 18, 2023, 04:00 PM
Chhattisgarh Politics: After the swearing in of the Chief Minister in Chhattisgarh, Vishnudev Sai cabinet will soon be expanded. Chief Minister Vishnudev Sai has returned to Raipur after discussing the formation of the cabinet with Amit Shah and party president JP Nadda. After reaching Raipur from Delhi, Chief Minister Vishnudev Sai said that the cabinet will be formed soon. All new and old faces will be included. The Chief Minister said that from this year itself, 21 quintals of paddy will be purchased from the farmers and Rs. 3100 will be given. Will fulfill PM Modi's guarantee.

BJP will fulfill its promise

When asked about the inclusion of new faces in the cabinet, he said, "The cabinet will be formed by mixing new faces and old faces." We will have to wait for some time for the formation of the cabinet, but it will happen soon.'' Asked about Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) promise to buy 21 quintals of paddy per acre at the rate of Rs 3100 per quintal while the paddy procurement process is going on. Upon leaving, Sai said, "What we have promised in 'Modi's Guarantee' (referring to the election manifesto) will be fulfilled." Paddy will be purchased and payment will be made as promised.

These MLAs can become ministers

According to the 90-member assembly in Chhattisgarh, there can be a maximum of 13 ministers including the Chief Minister. In such a situation, 10 more members can be included in the cabinet. The old faces in the Saay cabinet include Brijmohan Agarwal and Amar Agarwal (both from the general category), Dharamlal Kaushik and Ajay Chandrakar (OBC), Kedar Kashyap and Vikram Usendi (SC), Dayaldas Baghel (SC) and Rajesh Moonat (Jain community). are likely to be included.

The names of these MLAs are also ahead in the race to become ministers.

Among these leaders, except Dharamlal Kaushik, others have been ministers in the previous BJP governments of the state. Kaushik has been the Assembly Speaker. According to political experts, the names of Indian Administrative (IAS) officer-turned-politician OP Chaudhary, Gajendra Yadav (both Other Backward Class) and Domanlal Korsewada (SC) are being discussed as possible new faces. Among the women leaders, the names of former Union Minister Renuka Singh, former MP Gomti Sai and former minister Lata Usendi are also discussed. All three are from tribal community.