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Modi Cabinet: Journey From Minimum Govt, Maximum Governance To Maximum Govt, Minimum Governance

The Modi cabinet has undergone a revamp today. The cabinet overhaul saw the induction of many new faces in PM Modi’s Council of Ministers. The reshuffle comes in the backdrop of mounting criticism over poor handling of the pandemic apart from rising inflation and the red line as far as economic indicators are concerned. This new cabinet is expected to be a image and administrative makeover to improve the administration and governance. Many young leaders have been given chance this time around and those with administrative experience are preferred. There are 4 former CMs and about 15 former MLAs. While the cabinet expansion was on cards even before the second wave hit the country, one cannot ignore the timing of the exercise. It comes ahead of the Third Wave of the Pandemic but 9it also comes ahead of several crucial assembly elections one of which being in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The cabinet expansion also takes care of the representation. The revamped cabinet has 12 ministers from the Scheduled Castes, eight from Scheduled Tribes and 27 from Other Backward Class. PM Modi, Amit Shah being the masters of Social Engineering that they are have also taken care of the caste balance. Yadav, Kurmi, Darji, Jat, Gujjar, Khandayat, Bairagi, Thakur, Koli, Vokkaliga, Tulu Gowda and Mallah have been given the chance in the revamped cabinet. For the first time, 11 women have also been inducted in the cabinet. Before the oath-taking ceremony, PM Modi met all these ministers at his official residence at 7, Lok Kalyan Marg.

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