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Expansion of Yogi cabinet: One cabinet and six ministers of state included, these seven faces were elected after five months of hard work

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Lucknow

Published by: Vikas Kumar
Updated Sun, 26 Sep 2021 10:23 PM IST

Summary

Yogi Adityanath has maintained regional balance in his team in view of the upcoming assembly elections. In the cabinet expansion, one minister each has been made from Shahjahanpur, Agra, Meerut and Bareilly in western UP. While one minister has been made from Ghazipur, Sonbhadra and Awadh’s Balrampur in Purvanchal.

Seven new faces inducted in Yogi cabinet
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The second expansion of the much-awaited cabinet of the Yogi Adityanath government of Uttar Pradesh took place on Sunday evening. Seven new faces have been included in the Yogi cabinet as a cabinet minister and six ministers of state. Former Union Minister Jitin Prasada, who left Congress and joined BJP, took oath as a cabinet minister. Balrampur MLA Palturam, Sonbhadra’s Obra MLA Sanjeev Singh alias Sanjay Gond, Ghazipur MLA Sangeeta Bind, Meerut MLA Dinesh Khatik, Agra MLA Dharamvir Prajapati and Bareilly’s Baheri MLA Chhatrapal Gangwar took oath as ministers of state. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and the BJP have done the social equation by giving representation to the most backward, most depressed classes in the cabinet expansion, from the nomination of members in the Legislative Council to fulfill the target of Mission 350 in the assembly elections-2022.

Speculation of expansion of Yogi cabinet had started only after the Panchayat elections in the state. Several meetings were held from Lucknow to Delhi regarding the expansion of the cabinet. The cabinet expansion was agreed upon in the BJP core committee meeting held on September 23 at the Chief Minister’s residence in the presence of BJP’s election in-charge Dharmendra Pradhan and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. After Governor Anandiben Patel returned to Lucknow on Sunday, the cabinet expansion program was decided in the evening. In the program organized in the presence of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya, Dr. Dinesh Sharma, State BJP President Swatantra Dev Singh and state in-charge Radha Mohan Singh at Raj Bhavan at 6 pm on Sunday, Governor Anandiben Patel gave a cabinet and six Ministers of State. Took oath. In the cabinet expansion, special attention has been paid to social harmony and balance. In the cabinet expansion that took place a day after the birth anniversary of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay, the most backward and most depressed classes like Khatik, Bind, Prajapati have been given representation, fulfilling the dreams of Deendayal’s Antyodaya, who never got the opportunity.

created regional balance
Yogi Adityanath has maintained regional balance in his team in view of the upcoming assembly elections. In the cabinet expansion, one minister each has been made from Shahjahanpur, Agra, Meerut and Bareilly in western UP. While one minister has been made from Ghazipur in Purvanchal, Sonbhadra and Balrampur in Awadh.

60 ministers complete
After the cabinet expansion of the state government on Sunday, the number of 60 members of the cabinet was completed. There are now 24 cabinet ministers, 9 ministers of state with independent charge, 27 ministers of state in the Yogi government.

The first expansion took place on 22 August
The first expansion of the cabinet in the Yogi government took place on 22 August 2019. At that time the cabinet strength was 56. There were 25 cabinet ministers, 9 ministers of state with independent charge and 22 ministers of state. But in the last one and a half year, three posts had become vacant due to the death of cabinet minister Chetan Chauhan, Kamala Rani Varun and Minister of State Vijay Kashyap due to corona infection.

Four women retained in the cabinet
The number of four women ministers has been retained in the Yogi cabinet. After the death of late Kamala Rani Varun, Ghazipur MLA Dr. Sangeeta Balwand Bind has been included in the cabinet. Neemila Katiyar, Swati Singh and Gulabdevi are already in the cabinet.

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The second expansion of the much-awaited cabinet of the Yogi Adityanath government of Uttar Pradesh took place on Sunday evening. Seven new faces have been included in the Yogi cabinet as a cabinet minister and six ministers of state. Former Union Minister Jitin Prasada, who left Congress and joined BJP, took oath as a cabinet minister. Balrampur MLA Palturam, Sonbhadra’s Obra MLA Sanjeev Singh alias Sanjay Gond, Ghazipur MLA Sangeeta Bind, Meerut MLA Dinesh Khatik, Agra MLA Dharamvir Prajapati and Bareilly’s Baheri MLA Chhatrapal Gangwar took oath as ministers of state. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and the BJP have done the social equation by giving representation to the most backward, most depressed classes in the cabinet expansion, from the nomination of members in the Legislative Council to fulfill the target of Mission 350 in the assembly elections-2022.

Speculation of expansion of Yogi cabinet had started only after the Panchayat elections in the state. Several meetings were held from Lucknow to Delhi regarding the expansion of the cabinet. The cabinet expansion was agreed upon in the BJP core committee meeting held on September 23 at the Chief Minister’s residence in the presence of BJP’s election in-charge Dharmendra Pradhan and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. After Governor Anandiben Patel returned to Lucknow on Sunday, the cabinet expansion program was decided in the evening. In the program organized in the presence of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya, Dr. Dinesh Sharma, State BJP President Swatantra Dev Singh and state in-charge Radha Mohan Singh at Raj Bhavan at 6 pm on Sunday, Governor Anandiben Patel gave a cabinet and six Ministers of State. Took oath. In the cabinet expansion, special attention has been paid to social harmony and balance. In the cabinet expansion that took place a day after the birth anniversary of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay, the most backward and most depressed classes like Khatik, Bind, Prajapati have been given representation, fulfilling the dreams of Deendayal’s Antyodaya, who never got the opportunity.

created regional balance

Yogi Adityanath has maintained regional balance in his team in view of the upcoming assembly elections. In the cabinet expansion, one minister each has been made from Shahjahanpur, Agra, Meerut and Bareilly in western UP. While one minister has been made from Ghazipur in Purvanchal, Sonbhadra and Balrampur in Awadh.

60 ministers complete

After the cabinet expansion of the state government on Sunday, the number of 60 members of the cabinet was completed. There are now 24 cabinet ministers, 9 ministers of state with independent charge, 27 ministers of state in the Yogi government.

The first expansion took place on 22 August

The first expansion of the cabinet in the Yogi government took place on 22 August 2019. At that time the cabinet strength was 56. There were 25 cabinet ministers, 9 ministers of state with independent charge and 22 ministers of state. But in the last one and a half year, three posts had become vacant due to the death of cabinet minister Chetan Chauhan, Kamala Rani Varun and Minister of State Vijay Kashyap due to corona infection.

Four women retained in the cabinet

The number of four women ministers has been retained in the Yogi cabinet. After the death of late Kamala Rani Varun, Ghazipur MLA Dr. Sangeeta Balwand Bind has been included in the cabinet. Neemila Katiyar, Swati Singh and Gulabdevi are already in the cabinet.

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