Brainstorming continues on UP government, Yogi can take oath along with 57 ministers on March 20 or 21
Yogi Adityanath in Delhi: Yogi Adityanath, who is going to take oath as Chief Minister for the second time in Uttar Pradesh, is in Delhi. Yesterday, Yogi met and talked to big leaders of BJP throughout the day. Today the process of meetings will continue for the second day as well. Today Yogi will meet President Ram Nath Kovind. If sources are to be believed, the complete blueprint of the cabinet of the next government is being prepared in Delhi.
After the Lucknow victory, there is a period of churning going on in Delhi with the high command. Yogi Adityanath’s meeting is going on in Delhi with big leaders to make a roadmap to run the government for the next 5 years. Yogi Adityanath is also going to meet many big leaders and ministers on the second day of his stay in Delhi.
Yogi Adityanath on Delhi tour
- 9.30 am – Will meet Union Minister Nitin Gadkari.
- 10.15 am – President will meet Ram Nath Kovind.
- 1.30 pm- Yogi will meet Dharmendra Pradhan, in-charge of UP.
Apart from these, Yogi Adityanath will also meet Union Minister Anurag Thakur. Amidst this round of Yogi’s meetings, State President Swatantradev Singh and Organization Minister Sunil Bansal are also going to reach Delhi from Lucknow today. It is believed that Swatantra Dev Singh is in the race for Deputy CM this time. To decide who will become the deputy CM and who will become the chief minister’s warlord. Yogi Adityanath Delhi is on tour. Yesterday was a bigger day. When Yogi reached Delhi for the first time after a resounding victory, met big leaders and talked about the policies of Yogi 2.0.
Which leaders did Yogi meet yesterday?
- Prime minister Narendra Modi
- Home Minister Amit Shah
- Defense Minister Rajnath Singh
- BJP Chief J P Nadda
- Union Minister BL Santosh
Yogi talked to PM Modi for about two and a half hours and also formally invited him to attend the swearing-in ceremony. According to sources, the date of swearing-in has been fixed for the second term of Yogi in Lucknow.
Swearing-in after Holi!
- Swearing-in on March 20 or 21.
- 57 ministers can take oath.
- 22-24 can become cabinet minister.
- 7-9 can become minister with independent charge.
After taking oath, the Yogi government will also face the challenge of fulfilling the big expectations that came with the big mandate. Therefore, it is believed that in the meeting with the high command, Yogi has also discussed many important promises and issues made in the election campaign. For example, the problem of stray animals, free electricity for irrigation of farmers or giving free cylinders to the poor on Holi-Diwali.
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