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Varanasi News Updates: UP Cabinet Expansion: Preparation to break the seventh door of the political maze with ‘seven’, focus on removing caste imbalance

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Akhilesh Vajpayee, Amar Ujala, Lucknow

Published by: Pankaj Srivastava
Updated Mon, 27 Sep 2021 10:23 AM IST

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Among the faces made ministers in the expansion, including Jitin Prasada, some others have been in other parties before. By making them ministers, the BJP has also given a silent invitation of BJP to the effective leaders of other parties with symbols. Efforts have been made to assure them that if they come, their position and stature will be taken care of.

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By including seven new faces, including a cabinet minister, in the much-awaited cabinet expansion of the Yogi government, about five months before the assembly elections, the BJP has tried to balance the electoral equation from seven to 2022 and break the seventh gate of the political maze. The selection of six out of seven faces from non-Yadav Backward and non-Jatav Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes is giving strength to the BJP’s message of the overall Hindutva equation. There is also a big political message to give participation in power to the exploited and deprived sections.

Through the expansion, a balance has been struck between West and Purvanchal along with removing the regional and caste imbalance arising out of the unfortunate death of three members of the present cabinet during the Corona period. Not only this, through this the message of bringing new sections along with the core vote of the party is also there. Among those who have been sworn in are Jitin Prasada, one forward (Brahmin), three backward, two Scheduled Castes and one Scheduled Tribe face. By including a face of Scheduled Tribe in the form of Sanjeev Kumar Gond in the cabinet for the first time, not only to bring the forest dwellers and tribal castes settled in the state with BJP, but also in Mirzapur, Sonbhadra as well as in some parts of Chitrakoot. An attempt has been made to address the political equations, paying attention to the impact on it. The expansion also focuses on creating regional balance with four faces from the west and three faces from the east.

The Kurmi vote is considered the traditional voter of the BJP. In the past, after Santosh Gangwar’s departure from the Union Cabinet, BJP MLA Chhatrapal Gangwar from Bareilly’s Baheri has been taken into the cabinet and the BJP has given a message to take care of the honor of Kurmis along with removing the threat of resentment. The mobilization of non-Jatav voters with the BJP has been strengthened by giving place to the Khatik and Sonkar fraternities, which have a share of about 3 percent in the Scheduled Caste population of the state. By giving them two seats as Palturam, MLA from Balrampur and Dinesh Khatik, MLA from Meerut, the BJP has not only satisfied its traditional core vote, but has also given a message that it is fully concerned about its core vote. In the form of Dr. Sangeeta, not only has the female representation reduced due to the death of Kamal Rani Varun, who was in the previous cabinet, but has also worked to mobilize the dominant Bind caste in eastern UP by 10 percent in the backward castes. Tried to keep the group of fraternities like Nishad and Mallah together more firmly.

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Two-time Lok Sabha MP and minister in the Manmohan Singh government at the Center, not only has the reduction of upper caste representation in the cabinet been balanced by the death of Chetan Chauhan, regarding Jitin Prasada of Shahjahanpur, but Brahmins have been ignored in the state for the past few months. Tried to dismiss the news as well. It is to be noted that before joining BJP, Jitin himself had campaigned on this issue. It is evident that the BJP has given him a message by administering the oath of cabinet minister that the speculation of ignoring Brahmins in the present government is completely baseless. Similarly, by making Dharamveer Prajapati a minister, the BJP has tried to connect non-Yadav 3% Prajapati and potter castes with the BJP.

Among the faces made ministers in the expansion, including Jitin Prasad, some others have been in other parties before. By making them ministers, BJP has also given a silent invitation of BJP to the effective leaders of other parties with symbols. Efforts have been made to assure them that if they come, their position and stature will be taken care of. It is a matter of fact that despite meeting the maximum quota of 60 members in the state cabinet, some places or areas have not been able to get a place, but in view of the constraint of limited number of ministers, the way BJP has tried to balance it, There is a slight imbalance, it is not of much importance.

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Looking at the cabinet, BJP has tried to give the message of implementation of the mantra of Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas and Sabka Vishwas by giving representation to every class and region through these seven faces. Keeping in mind the social harmony, an attempt has also been made to give a message that BJP’s effort is to give opportunity to the last person standing in the society and give him a share in the development of the country and the state. At present there are 53 ministers in the Council of Ministers. After inducting seven ministers, this number has gone up to 60. There is now a glimpse of all-class and regional balance in the cabinet. Political analyst Prof. AP Tiwari also says that the message of Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay, one of the founding members of Jana Sangh in detail, is coming out of Antyodaya i.e. the resolve to give participation and respect to the person standing at the last rung of the society. Through this, an attempt has also been made to strengthen inclusive politics. This will give strength to the politics of identity along with better development performance of the Yogi government.

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By including seven new faces, including a cabinet minister, in the much-awaited cabinet expansion of the Yogi government, about five months before the assembly elections, the BJP has tried to balance the electoral equation from seven to 2022 and break the seventh gate of the political maze. The selection of six out of seven faces from non-Yadav backward and non-Jatav Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes is giving strength to the BJP’s message of a holistic Hindutva equation. There is also a big political message to give participation in power to the exploited and deprived sections.

Through the expansion, a balance has been struck between West and Purvanchal along with removing the regional and caste imbalance arising out of the unfortunate death of three members of the present cabinet during the Corona period. Not only this, through this the message of bringing new sections along with the core vote of the party is also there. Among those who have been sworn in are Jitin Prasada, one forward (Brahmin), three backward, two Scheduled Castes and one Scheduled Tribe face. By including a face of Scheduled Tribe in the form of Sanjeev Kumar Gond in the cabinet for the first time, not only to bring the forest dwellers and tribal castes settled in the state with BJP, but also in Mirzapur, Sonbhadra as well as in some parts of Chitrakoot. An attempt has been made to address the political equations, paying attention to the impact on it. The expansion also focuses on creating regional balance with four faces from the west and three faces from the east.


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