Cabinet expansion in Maharashtra today: 18 ministers can be sworn in; Shinde called a meeting to decide the name from his quota
The cabinet will expand at 11 am on Tuesday morning at 11 am after the swearing in of CM Eknath Shinde in Maharashtra. Just before this detail, Eknath Shinde has called a meeting of all Shiv Sena MLAs at Sahadri bungalow. In this, the names of possible Shiv Sena ministers will be announced. At the same time, BJP has finalized in a meeting held late in the name of all its ministers.
sources are to be believed, 18 ministers can take oath in the ceremony to be held in the court hall of Raj Bhavan. The formula of 50–50 percent between the two parties has agreed. Eknath Shinde and Devendra Fadnavis were sworn in as Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister on 30 June.Read more: Bihar Political Crisis: NDA government may fall in Bihar! Important meeting of JDU, RJD and Ham
Many opposition leaders have also been invited to this swearing -in ceremony. It also includes former Deputy CM Ajit Pawar, NCP state president Jayant Patil. Apart from this, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, Ravasahab Danve have also been invited.
A meeting was held between Shinde and Fadnavis on Monday for the expansion of cabinet expansion from the Delhi High Command on the approval of the Cabinet expansion. All formalities have also been completed from the Delhi High Command. Overall, everything has been finalized about the new cabinet.
Sudhir Mungantiwar, Chandrakant Patil, Girish Mahajan can be included in the cabinet from the BJP camp. At the same time, Gulab Rao Patil, Sada Savarkar, Deepak Kesarkar can be given a chance from Shinde camp. According to sources, Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis can be given the Home Department.
The monsoon session of the assembly from Wednesday
Maharashtra Legislative Assembly will be held from August 10 to 18. The Legislature Secretariat has canceled the holidays for preparations before the monsoon session. According to an order issued by the Secretariat on Monday, all the holidays of employees have been canceled between August 9 to 18 and they have been asked to be present in the office.
2 months in Telangana, 2 months, So the cabinet expansion did not take place in Karnataka for 3 weeks after becoming the CM of Telangana on December 13, 2018. Chandrasekhar Rao did not expand the cabinet for more than two months. He ran the government for 68 days along with Home Minister Mohammad Mahmood. Later on February 19, 2019, the cabinet expanded.
At the same time, the then Chief Minister of Karnataka, BS Yeddyurappa, launched the government alone for 3 weeks after forming the government on 26 July 2019. On delay in cabinet expansion, Maharashtra Deputy CM Fadnavis said that the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government led by Uddhav Thackeray worked with a 7 -member cabinet for 40 days. The hearing in the Supreme Court has been postponed in the Supreme Court regarding the rights of the August Koshev Sena and the disqualification of 16 rebel MLAs. Now the matter will be heard on August 12. Should this case be handed over to a 5 -judge bench or not? The arguments will also be heard about this.
Four days ago, on the last hearing, the CJI told the Election Commission counsel that both sides can give an affidavit in the Election Commission on Monday i.e. today. If a party demands time, the Commission should consider it.
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