State Bureau, Bhopal. Governor Lalji Tandon will administer an oath to five ministers of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Tuesday, April 21 in Madhya Pradesh. At present, the form of the cabinet is being kept small. There is also a possibility of cabinet expansion next month after the Corona crisis is lifted and the lockdown lifted. Among the ministers who took an oath, the names of Dr. Narottam Mishra, Kamal Patel, and Meena Singh, as well as Scindia supporters Tulsiram Silavat and Govind Singh Rajput are being mentioned.
The oath ceremony will be held with simplicity at 12 noon on Tuesday at Raj Bhavan in Bhopal. In the wake of the Corona crisis, preparations are being made for the physical distance and all measures to prevent infection. His ministers are being sworn in 29 days after Chief Minister Chauhan’s oath. At present, it has been decided to include Silavat and Rajput among the supporters of former Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia.
The decision has been taken to administer the oath to the five ministers after the BJP high command’s green signal, in which attempts have been made to address the caste equation. Women and tribal sections are being represented by Meena Singh, Kamal Patel from OBC, Silvat from Scheduled Caste and Narottam Mishra from the general category and Govind Singh Rajput. It is noteworthy that in the Kamal Nath cabinet, Silavat had the command of Health and Rajput had the command of the Transport Department.
Congress leaders Sibal and Tankha wrote a letter to the President
The Congress has declared two ordinances passed by the Shivraj government of Madhya Pradesh as unconstitutional. In this regard, Rajya Sabha member and senior advocate Vivek Tankha and Kapil Sibal have written a letter to the President. Tankha had written a letter to the President a few days ago, accusing him of working by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan without a cabinet.
Scindia camp may have 2 ministers involved
Jyotiraditya Scindia, a former MP who joined the BJP to join the BJP in the cabinet formation, can get a place in the camp. Let us tell you that after the differences between Kamal Nath and former CM Digvijay Singh, Maharaja Scindia of Gwalior joined the BJP along with 22 of his pro-MLAs and that is why the government of Kamal Nath fell. After this, Shivraj Singh Chauhan got the chance to become CM once again, but he was criticized for not having a cabinet.
Shivraj Singh Chauhan took command alone
Shivraj Singh Chauhan, who took oath as Chief Minister on March 23 amid Corona crisis, has completed his 29-day tenure and is still not sure when the cabinet will be formed. Shivraj Singh Chauhan, who has been in power in the state for the fourth time, is running the government alone. Farmers and other issues are also constantly working on strategies to deal with the Corona crisis every day. Earlier, BJP’s Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa had formed the cabinet on the 25th day after taking an oath of Chief Minister.