PM Modi is always known for doing something unique. This is the reason that every step he takes is something special. One such move is clearly visible in his cabinet expansion on Wednesday. The most important thing about this expansion is that PM Modi has made 24 professionals a part of his cabinet. There is also a sizeable number of bureaucrats in PM Modi's cabinet. If we look at the entire cabinet of PM Modi, then it is known that women's power has also been fully respected here. There are a total of 11 women ministers in PM Modi's cabinet. MPs from many areas have also got a chance to represent in PM Modi's cabinet expansion.
PM Modi's cabinet now includes 13 lawyers, six doctors, five engineers and three former bureaucrats. With this, the number of bureaucrats in the cabinet has increased to five. Let us tell you that former IAS RK Singh and senior IFS officer S Jaishankar are already part of PM Modi's cabinet. Now some new names have been added to them. Ashwini Vaishnav of Odisha cadre is a 1994 batch IS officer. He has also been the personal secretary of former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee. It is believed that he was the brain behind the Public-Private Partnership. Similarly, Ramchandra Prasad Singh of JDU, who is a Rajya Sabha MP, has been a bureaucrat in the past. He was an IAS officer of the UP cadre. He has been the Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister in Bihar. Former Maharashtra CM Narayan Rane was also a bureaucrat. He has served in the Income Tax Department of Maharashtra.
Bhupinder Yadav, Meenakshi Lekhi, L Murugan in the Modi cabinet have vast experience in advocacy and legal complexities. On the other hand, if we talk about professionals in this team, then the name of Rajiv Chandrashekhar is included in it. On the other hand, Munjapara Mahendrabhai, a Lok Sabha MP from Gujarat, has been a cardiologist and professor of medicine. Similarly, Subhash Sarkar, MP from Bankapur, Madhya Pradesh, is a Gynecologist and a member of the AIIMS Kalyani Board. Bhagwat Kishan Rao runs his own hospital in Aurangabad. Bharti Pawar, MP from Dindori, is a surgeon and used to do his own practice before becoming an MP.
Bisheshwar Tudu has been a Senior Engineer in the Water Resources Department of Odisha. At the same time, Chauhan Debusingh has served as an engineer in All India Radio. Rajkumar Ranjan, MP from Manipur, has been a professor of geography. Similarly, Cooch Behar MP Nisith has been a teacher in Pramanik Primary School. Jyotiraditya Scindia, who has an MBA degree, is also included in the list of professionals. He has been assigned the Ministry of Aviation.