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Even before the formation of the government, the discussions regarding the ministerial positions were held; The state is likely to get 6 to 8 minister posts









New Delhi, Leading News Service: Even before the formation of the Raloa Aghadi government for the third time in the country, discussions about how many ministerial posts and which accounts will be given to which party have started. The swearing-in ceremony of the Modi government will be held on June 9. Even before this swearing-in, BJP president J. The thrust of the meetings is at P Nadda's residence.

As per Modi's suggestion, J. P. A committee of senior leaders Nadda, Amit Shah and Rajnath Singh has been formed. This committee will know the expectations of the constituent parties regarding the ministership. National general secretaries Vinod Tawde and Tarun Chugh have been appointed to maintain coordination among the constituent parties. NCP Ajit Pawar group, Rashtriya Lok Dal and some other parties have informed the BJP committee about their expectations regarding the ministerial post.

Maharashtra will get 6 to 8 minister posts

In Prime Minister Narendra Modi's cabinet, there is a possibility that the Grand Alliance will get 6 to 8 ministerial posts from Maharashtra. There is a possibility that the number of ministerial posts will increase as the assembly elections will be held in the next six months. Sources clarified that BJP will get 4 to 6 minister posts.

What party's expectations?

Telugu Desam Party, the largest constituent party after BJP in Raloa, is expecting 4 ministerial posts. Nitish Kumar's Samyukt Janata Dal is expected to get 3 ministerial posts. After that Shiv Sena Shinde faction and Nationalist Ajit Pawar faction are expecting one cabinet minister post and one state minister post each. After that Apna Dal, Rashtriya Lok Dal, Lok Jan Shakti Party and all the remaining constituent parties are expected to get one cabinet minister each.









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