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After Holi, BJP government will be formed in four states, but before that, there is a round of meetings at the top level in BJP regarding government formation, its nature and the faces to be included in the cabinet.


The blueprint for the formation of new governments is being finalized in marathon meetings of senior leaders with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and state leaders have had a long discussion with the central leadership regarding government formation in the state.


However, Yogi Adityanath has now gone back to Lucknow. According to sources, the swearing-in ceremony of Yogi Adityanath can be held on March 21. However, depending on the availability of Prime Minister Modi, there is a possibility of reshuffling it.
According to information received from the sources, keeping in mind the future challenges, strategic preparations are also going on to form cabinets in the four states. For this, the data of all the won MLAs is being prepared.


While making these MLAs ministers, certain things can be kept in mind. In this, the balance of caste and regional equation will be important. There is also a discussion on giving proper representation to the OBC and Scheduled Caste MLAs in the cabinet.


There is also a churning going on in the BJP that youth, women and higher-educated MLAs should be given priority in the new council of ministers. Prime Minister Modi has directed that for the leadership of BJP and the country for the next 25 years, special importance has to be given to the youth in the governments.


BJP MPs have been instructed to identify 100 booths in their parliamentary constituency where the party’s performance is not good. Find out the reasons for this and try to fix them.


11 ministers of the previous government of Yogi Adityanath have lost the elections. Four ministers have moved to other parties. In this way, 15 posts have become vacant in the Council of Ministers.
The performance of some of the old ministers has not been good, so they may be discharged. In this way, about 20 new ministers are to be made in UP. In these, there is talk of giving representation to the Scheduled Castes, especially the Jatav class, because the Jatavs have voted in large numbers for the BJP instead of the BSP.


There is also a churning going on in the BJP that youth, women and higher-educated MLAs should be given priority in the new council of ministers. Prime Minister Modi has directed that for the leadership of BJP and the country for the next 25 years, special importance has to be given to the youth in the governments. BJP MPs have been instructed to identify 100 booths in their parliamentary constituency where the party’s performance is not good. Find out the reasons for this and try to fix them.


The post of Deputy Chief Minister will be retained in the new cabinet. On this, a representative from the Scheduled Castes can sit or the Speaker’s chair can go to the account of this community. There is talk of former Uttarakhand governor Babyrani Maurya getting a big responsibility.


After losing the election of Keshav Prasad Maurya, the name of State President Swatantra Dev Singh is also running for OBC Deputy Chief Minister. Some former IAS, IRS MLAs/MLCs like AK Sharma, Aseem Arun, Rajeshwar Singh can also get a place in the cabinet in the highly educated class. Some new faces from western Uttar Pradesh can also get a place in the cabinet.

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