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Modi Ji's new Government - 2019

Raman74

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Modi Ji's new Government - 2019

President Ram Nath Govind has invited Modi Ji to form the Government.

Hope the BJP led National Democratic Alliance will soon form the Government and take up the challenges.

Going by the news reports, Modi Ji is likely sworn in as PM for 2nd term along with his new council of Ministers today.

There are speculation is that Amith Shah is likely to get Home, Rajnath Singh may get Defence, Sitharam may be shifted to External Affairs,etc. etc

This time NDA assumes charge with 353 seats beating its earlier tally of 336 seats.

It is quite possible that some Ministers may be dropped, some may be shifted and some may be elevated.

It is hoped that Smithi Irani may be given an important portfolio this time.

Hope this new Government, lead by Modi Ji and his Council of Ministers will strive hard to implement welfare schemes to reach the common man and thus fulfill the dreams of 130 crore Indians.
 
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Raman74

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The following are most likely to be part of Prime Minister Narendra Modis new cabinet and could be sworn in this evening.

1. Arvind Sawant, Shiv Sena , Mumbai South MP
2. Narendra Singh Tomar, Muraina MP, Madhya Pradesh.
3. Subrat Pathak, Kannauj MP
4. Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Jodhpur MP
5. Sadanad Gowda, Bengaluru North MP
6. Rajnath Singh , Lucknow MP
7. Arjun Ram Meghwal, Bikaner MP
8. Prakash Javadekar, Rajya Sabha
9. Ramdas Athavle, Rajya Sabha
10. Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, Rajya Sabha
11. Babul Supriyo, Asansol Mp
12. Suresh Angadi, Belgam MP
13. Dr Jitendra Singh, Udhampur MP
14. Piyush Goyal , Rajya Sabha
15. Ravi Shankar Prasad, Patna MP
16. Kishan Reddy, Mp From Telangana
17. Prahlad Joshi, Dharwad,Karnataka
18. Nirmala Sitharaman Rajya Sabha
19. Smriti Irani, Amethi MP
20. Prahlad Patel , Damoh MP
21. Raveendranath, Aiadmk, Theni Mp( Tn)
22. Purshotam Rupala, Rajya Sabha
23. Mansukh Mandavia , Palitana MP
24. Rao Inderajit, Gurugram MP
25. Krishan Pal Gurjar, Faridabad MP
26. Anupriya Patel, Apna Dal
27. Kiran Rijiju, Arunachal West
28. Kailash Chaudhry, Barmer MP
29. Sanjeev Baliyan, Muzaffarnagar MP
30. RCP Singh , Jd(U) MP , Rajya Sabha
31. Nityanand Rai, Ujiyarpur Mp , Bihar
32. Thawar Chand Gehlot, Shahjahanpur MP
33. Debashree Chaudhuri, Raiganj MP
34. Ramesh Pokhiriyal Nishank, Haridwar MP
35. Mansukh Vasava , Bharuch, Gujarat
36. Rameshwar Teli, Dibrugarh Mp
37. Harsimrat Kaur Badal, Sad, Bathinda MP
38. Sushma Swaraj
39. Som Prakash , Hoshiarpur Mp ( Punjab)
40. Santosh Gangwar. Bareilly Mp ( UP)
41. Ram Vilas Paswan, LJP Leader , Rajya Sabha



Source: https://www.dailypioneer.com/2019/top-stories/likely-team-modi-2-0.html
 

KRN

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Too many winning candidates can sometimes pose a problem too. It seems JD-U is miffed with the offer of a single ministership for their party despite winning 17 seats, but aren't in a position to crib about it. I am more keen on the policies of the Govt, than on who is going to be in the Govt and who will be left out. Btw it will be interesting to see how the Govt deals with the renewed expectations on Ram temple.
 
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kudandhai Srini

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Too many winning candidates can sometimes pose a problem too.
Yes agreed sir

But, NDA II Cabinet this time does not need any numbers as the Party enjoys absolute majority.

The BJP at the time of negotiations for coalition, would have committed certain promises which needs to be honoured now.

As for as Tamil Nadu is concerned, Deputy Chief Minister O.Panneerselvam’s son Raveendranath Kumar and R.Vaithilingam are reported to be in the ‘list of probable’.

And the BJP’s stand may be to accommodate coalition partners in the new NDA II Cabinet.

And with the dominance of BJP, other coalition partners may not have much differences and have to satisfy with the offer whatever it is as they cannot demand. Of course, Regional Party representatives can very well take advantage of this coalition and may try to grab lot of welfare measures for their State, particularly their constituency, etc

But will such coalition prove disadvantageous when decisions on important issues like Ram Mandir and Article 370 etc are taken…??

Let us wait and watch
 

KRN

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Nine Brahmins, and a total of 32 upper caste leaders in the 58 member cabinet.

S Jaishankar is the lone Tamilian, while V Muralidharan is a former BJP Kerala state president and presently RS member from Maharashtra.
 

Brahmanyan

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Nine Brahmins, and a total of 32 upper caste leaders in the 58 member cabinet.

S Jaishankar is the lone Tamilian, while V Muralidharan is a former BJP Kerala state president and presently RS member from Maharashtra.
Correction please. There are two Ministers from Tamil Nadu, one Sri S.Jayasankar (born in Delhi) of Tamil Parents and Smt. Nirmala Seetharaman (born in Madurai), she is elected to Rajya Sabha from Karnataka.
Brahmanyan
Bangalore.
 

tbs

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hi

real punishment for tamil nadu and andhra pradesh....not even a single cabinet post....its hard for state

development.....
 

tbs

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hi

becoz of SINGLE MAJORITY.....no outside pressure for cabinet.....otherwise coalition is ALWAYS headache

for minister post....
 

KRN

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Correction please. There are two Ministers from Tamil Nadu, one Sri S.Jayasankar (born in Delhi) of Tamil Parents and Smt. Nirmala Seetharaman (born in Madurai), she is elected to Rajya Sabha from Karnataka.
Brahmanyan
Bangalore.
Yes, corrected. TN has good representation, although not in the Lok Sabha.
 

KRN

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hi

becoz of SINGLE MAJORITY.....no outside pressure for cabinet.....otherwise coalition is ALWAYS headache

for minister post....
I think the Ministry formation is also guided by the coming assembly elections in Maharashtra...
 

tbs

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I think the Ministry formation is also guided by the coming assembly elections in Maharashtra...
hi

may be for bengal and odisha too.....bjp never got much interested in south....being a brahmin/baniya party....

dravidians always against with bjp...
 

kudandhai Srini

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S Jaishankar is the lone Tamilian, while V Muralidharan is a former BJP Kerala state president and presently RS member from Maharashtra.
This is unusual. Cabinet Minister posts are highly coveted and party's loyal and important leaders only will be chosen for such posts. He was a bureaucrat all these years with rich experience on foreign affairs.

Nominating such individual to cabinet rank post, shows Modi's priority on interest of the Nation.
 
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Brahmanyan

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Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru had efficient Finance Ministers selected from non political background. Here is the list of them:
Sir R K Shanmukam Cherry (1947-1949)
Sri John Mathai (1949-1950)
Sri C D Deshmukh (1950 -1957 )

Under Sri Morarji Desai
Sri H M Patel (1977-1979)

Under Sri P V Narasimha Rao:
Sri Manmohan Singh ( 1991- 1996)

Similarly Sri M.C .Chagla and Sri Kunwar Natwar Singh, from non Political background were MEA for short periods.

Brahmanyan
Bangalore.
 

Venky adi

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BTW, multiple reasons being cited for P>M Modi's decision to drop both Suresh Prabhu and Jayant Sinha, the two ace technocrats-turned politicians.

Being a Minister in Modi's Team is really challenging task, a tight rope to walk, and only the skilled can accomplish.
 

KGRD

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Modi Ji's new Government - 2019

President Ram Nath Govind has invited Modi Ji to form the Government.

Hope the BJP led National Democratic Alliance will soon form the Government and take up the challenges.

Going by the news reports, Modi Ji is likely sworn in as PM for 2nd term along with his new council of Ministers today.

There are speculation is that Amith Shah is likely to get Home, Rajnath Singh may get Defence, Sitharam may be shifted to External Affairs,etc. etc

This time NDA assumes charge with 353 seats beating its earlier tally of 336 seats.

It is quite possible that some Ministers may be dropped, some may be shifted and some may be elevated.

It is hoped that Smithi Irani may be given an important portfolio this time.

Hope this new Government, lead by Modi Ji and his Council of Ministers will strive hard to implement welfare schemes to reach the common man and thus fulfill the dreams of 130 crore Indians.
Th
 

kudandhai Srini

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Modi's Team performance....

PM Narendra Modi reappointed National Security Adviser Ajit Doyal for five more years and was given Cabinet rank. In April 2018 the Government established a Defence Planning Committee to facilitate comprehensive and integrated planning for defence matter and this action of Modi Govt was regarded as one of the biggest defence reform measure in decades.

And Mr. Ravi Shankar Prasad, moments after taking over as Law Minister, sent a strongly worded message to the Supreme Court collegium to the effect that he should not be treated as a post office.

After the political protests from southern States, more particularly from Tamil Nadu, the HRD Ministry dropped ‘Hindi’ as a must language from the Draft, which the Ministry reported as an inadvertent error.
 

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