Bhopal: The three-month-old Shivraj Singh Chauhan government of Madhya Pradesh will finally have its first cabinet expansion tomorrow. Cabinet expansion has got the green signal after a long struggle. Home Minister Narottam Mishra, present in Delhi, said that if the cabinet is expanded tomorrow, then Chief Minister Shivraj has also announced this. The oath ceremony of ministers will take place at 11 am on Thursday morning at Raj Bhavan in Bhopal. During this time 25 new ministers can take the oath.
Union minister will reach Bhopal from a charter plane from Delhi
The oath-taking ceremony will be held at Raj Bhavan at 11 am, in which Union Ministers Narendra Singh Tomar, Prahlad Singh Patel and Jyotiraditya Scindia will arrive at Bhopal from Charter Plane at 10 am simultaneous to attend Bhopal.
These celebs can become ministers
Yashodhara Raje Scindia, Mohan Yadav, Bhupendra Singh, Vishwas Sarang, Sanjay Pathak, Arvind Bhadauria, Ramesh Mendola, Malini Gaur, Vishnu Khatri, Yashpal Sisodia, Zalam Singh Patel, Harishankar Khatik and Gopal Bhargava, Jagdish Deora on behalf of BJP in cabinet expansion And Nagendra Singh can become a minister. While Jyotiraditya Scindia joined the BJP from the Congress, former MLAs Mahendra Singh Sisodia, Imrati Devi, Praduman Singh Tomar, Prabhuram Choudhary, Hardeep Dung, Bisahu Lal Singh, Rajyavardhan Singh Dattigaon, Andal Singh Kansana, Brajendra Yadav and Ranbir Jatav Can get it.
Not in the race of Deputy Chief Minister: Narottam Mishra
Chief Minister Shivraj stayed in Delhi for two days, but the cabinet extension could not be agreed upon. On Tuesday, while defending the return of Barang Bhopal Shivraj, Narottam Mishra said that Shivraj had come with Singh, but it did not happen that there was no consensus. He said that it is the tradition of the party, the matter is kept in front of the top leadership. After Chief Minister Shivraj went back to Bhopal, Narottam Mishra stayed in Delhi. There have been speculations in political circles that he is lobbying for the post of Deputy Chief Minister. On this question, the Home Minister said that all this is the contribution of the media, he is not in the race to become the Deputy Chief Minister. Whereas former Chief Minister Kamal Nath took a sarcasm on the matter of taunting the government over the ‘poison’, Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that the poison that drank became Shankar, Meera. Kamal Nath should not save his house and Kamal Nath is in a position to be a cat catcher.