Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Prime Minister in Delhi Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, BJP President JP Nadda and many other BJP leaders have returned to Lucknow after meeting. Here the CM will participate in the BJP’s core group meeting.
He is believed to be preparing to take oath for the second consecutive term as Chief Minister. Yogi Adityanath discussed the issues related to government formation during talks with the party leadership in Delhi. Sources say that after Holi, there is a possibility of the swearing-in ceremony of the BJP government in Uttar Pradesh.
Sources said that the swearing-in will be held at Lucknow’s Ekana Stadium. The swearing-in will be shown by installing LED screens in the districts of UP. All the Chief Ministers of BJP ruled states can be invited to this function. According to the information received by ABP News, after Holi, on March 20 or 21, Yogi can take oath of CM in Lucknow.
According to sources, Deputy CM Dinesh Sharma may be out of Yogi’s cabinet this time, he may get responsibility in the party organization. The party can also give some different new responsibility to Keshav Prasad Maurya. Party state president Swatantra Dev Singh will be given a big role this time. Yogi, who played danka in UP on the basis of women voters, can make Baby Rani Maurya as Deputy CM in his cabinet. Sources said that BJP’s big Brahmin face Brajesh Pathak is also in the race for Deputy CM.
If sources are to be believed, 57 ministers can take oath along with the CM. In these, 22 to 24 cabinet ministers can be made. While 7 to 9 ministers can be of independent charge. The BJP has won 255 seats and its two allies won 18 seats in the recently held elections to the 403-member UP assembly.