Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s new Council of Ministers will have a three-day conference next week. During this, the agenda of the government for the next three years will be prepared. According to the report, the meeting of the new team of ministers will start from 6 pm on Tuesday.
During the meeting, the work of all the ministries will be reviewed in the last one month. Along with this, new targets will be set for them. The new ministers will be informed about their portfolios and ministries in detail. They will be told what the Center expects from them.
Strategy will be prepared regarding the questions arising on the government
In recent times, the Modi government has been criticized on many issues. The Center is accused that it has not been able to handle the corona virus epidemic, the new agricultural law and the matter of employment properly. During the conference, all these issues will be discussed and ways will be explored to deal with the public dissatisfaction with the government.
There will also be a discussion on the elections to be held in 7 states.
Elections are to be held in 7 states next year and there is also Lok Sabha elections in 2024. The BJP could not perform well in the West Bengal Assembly elections. It is being said that the popularity of Prime Minister Modi has declined. BJP and RSS are said to be worried about this.
Modi government fulfilled two big promises
After returning to power in 2019, the Modi government has fulfilled two big promises. These are- abolishing the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and starting the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. Political experts believe that the image of the Center has strengthened among the people on these two issues, which will benefit it in the coming elections.
Last month only 12 ministers were removed from the post
Last month, the Center had removed more than 10 ministers including health, IT and oil. In view of the elections to be held in the states, many new faces were given place in the cabinet. Also, through this reshuffle, an attempt was made to pacify those who questioned the functioning of the government.
43 ministers took oath in cabinet expansion
In this cabinet expansion, 43 ministers of PM Modi’s cabinet took oath. 36 new ministers took oath in the swearing-in which lasted for one and a half hours. The maximum number of new ministers are 7 from Uttar Pradesh and 3 from Gujarat. Assembly elections are due in both the states next year. Of the current ministers, 7 have been promoted.
Modi spoke to ministers on the very next day of cabinet expansion
The very next day after the biggest cabinet expansion, Prime Minister Modi spoke to his ministers. Gave them some lessons and also told what not to do. Modi said that the old ministers have been removed because of the system. It has nothing to do with their ability. New ministers should meet old ministers and take advantage of their experiences.