Lucknow.The Uttar Pradesh government of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is doing the cabinet expansion today, but this expansion can be termed as political expansion. Now there are not even 4 months left for the election process to start, in such a situation, like the expansion of the Union Cabinet, OBCs and Dalits will be prominently in the expansion of the state cabinet. The Brahmin face, who joined BJP from Congress, is being included in the BJP cabinet, which has made it clear that a message is being given to Brahmins along with backward and Dalits.
With this expansion before the 2022 elections, BJP will fit its maths and will also give additional responsibility to these leaders. Sources reveal that 7 ministers will be sworn in. Talking about Jitin Prasad, he had joined BJP after the Bengal elections. In West Bengal, he had become an important soldier of the Congress, but when he returned, he was painted saffron. Jitin Prasad is getting its reward. There is also an initiative to please Brahmins in UP. Former Union Minister and big leader of UP Congress Jitin Prasad has been MP twice before this.
The second name which is in discussion is that of Sangeeta Balwant Bind. She is an MLA from Ghazipur's Sadar seat and she comes from a backward caste. Sangeeta is 42 years old, who has been elected MLA for the first time.
The third name which is most discussed is Sanjay Gaur, who is a BJP MLA from Obra seat of Sonbhadra district and comes from Scheduled Tribe society. Sanjay Gaur is 46 years old and has been elected MLA for the first time.
The fourth popular name is that of Dharamveer Prajapati, who is a member of the Legislative Council. Dharamveer became MLC in January this year. Dharamveer Prajapati of Western Uttar Pradesh is also currently the President of the Mati Kala Board.
The fifth famous name is that of Chhatrapal Singh Gangwar. It is believed that BJP's attempt is to fill the place of Santosh Gangwar because Santosh Gangwar is no longer in the Union Cabinet. Chhatrapal is an MLA from the Baheri assembly seat in the Bareilly district. They come from the Kurmi community of the OBC category. These senior BJP leaders have also been campaigners of the Sangh.
The sixth name is Paltu Ram, who is an MLA from Balrampur's Sadar and comes from the Dalit community. Paltu Ram is a resident of Gonda from Mool Ram and has become MLA from Balrampur Sadar seat for the first time.
The seventh name is DineshKhatik, the BJP MLA from Hastinapur, who is from the Dalit community and is in the queue for taking oath as ministers today.
Category: India: Uttar Pradesh