Today’s Virtual Union Cabinet meeting: In the context of spread of the coronavirus.
Virtual Union Cabinet meeting. A key meeting of the Union Cabinet will be held a meeting today under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The meeting came amid high that a Union Cabinet expansion would take place. The meeting will be held in a virtual manner in the context of the spread of the coronavirus. On this occasion, Prime Minister Modi will discuss the situation in the country with the ministers. In particular, the drone attack on an airbase in Jammu two days ago will be seriously discussed. Apart from this, it seems that the work is undertaken by the Ministries of Road Transport, Civil Aviation, and Telecom will be reviewed. Recently, Modi has been holding a series of meetings with Union ministers. There is talk that there will be changes and additions to the Union Cabinet soon.
The reshuffle of the Union Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi looks set to continue. Who will get a chance in the five state elections? It is now interesting to see across the country whether there will be any changes or additions. Political parties say the time has finally come for the expansion of the cabinet, which has been postponed due to the corona.
The untimely deaths of several ministers have created vacancies in the Union Cabinet. With the deaths of senior minister and allied Lok Janshakti leader Ram Vilas Paswan and Karnataka BJP leader Suresh Angadi, two branches have become vacant. Shiv Sena and Akali Dal also need to replace their places due to distance. It seems that the Bharatiya Janata Party wants to fill these vacancies in view of the five Assembly elections.
On the other hand, it seems that changes and additions in the departments may take place based on the performance of the ministers. Those who show good performance are more likely to be assigned more priority branches. Information that those who felt that the performance was inadequate were less likely to have branches that were not so important or to be completely dismissed. There is talk that Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, who failed to streamline the economy, should be sacked. It seems unlikely that the ministries that are members of the Cabinet Committee on Security Affairs will change.
It was in this context that the Cabinet meeting took precedence. With the withdrawal of Shiv Sena and Shiromani Akali Dal from the NDA alliance, two Union ministerial posts, Lok Janshakti party founder Ram Vilas Paswan and another Union Minister Suresh Angadi have been vacated. Ayasakhas were assigned to other ministers. Ministers are struggling with the extra burden. It seems likely that the cabinet reshuffle will take place in this order. Varun Gandhi, Jyotiraditya Scindia, and two others are rumored to be in the cabinet.