More Women Ministers To Join Yogi Adityanath’s Cabinet In Uttar Pradesh

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Yogi Adityanath recently became the first Uttar Pradesh chief minister to be re-elected for the second term in the longest time. With the re-election, in what netizens are terming Yogi Sarkar 2.0, reports have stated that some new faces, including many women leaders, are all set to be a part of the cabinet.

As per reports, a list has been prepared, marking probable deputy chief ministers and other cabinet ministers based on their qualifications, regional equations. After the poll results on March 10, several meetings have been said to be conducted, in appointing the cabinet ministers this time around. Several bureaucrats are also reported to be making it into Yogi’s cabinet.

Former IPS officer Asim Arun, former IAS officer-turned MLC AK Sharma who was also Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s secretary during his Gujarat chief minister era are part of the list. Former Enforcement Directorate joint director Rajeshwar Singh, Railways minister Ashwini Vaishnav, petroleum minister Hardeep Singh Puri, steel minister RCP Singh are a few of the bureaucrats who will be reportedly joining Yogi’s cabinet.

More women in Yogi Adityanath New Cabinet

Yogi Adityanath’s new cabinet will reportedly be welcoming onboard, more women ministers this time. The number of women ministers in the cabinet is most likely to go up in this time , from the current existing number of four women in the Lok Sabha. MLA Aparna Yadav, who was newly elected by BJP has reportedly secured a place in Yogi Adityanath’s new Cabinet, along with former Congress leader MLA Aditi Singh who is currently a BJP minister. New women ministers are to be introduced into the cabinet, including Baby Rani Maurya, Anjula Mahaur. The BJP has been victorious in winning 255 seats in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections.

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