- Before the expansion of the Narendra Modi government, the Congress said a strong attack
- Congress claims, one who tweets against Rahul Gandhi gets promotion
- Why did the Center not remove those governors who were accused of playing with the Constitution: Congress
Before the expansion of the cabinet of the Narendra Modi government, the Congress has made a strong attack. The Congress on Tuesday claimed that the eligibility for promotion in the Narendra Modi government is that which minister has tweeted against Rahul Gandhi, amid ongoing discussions over the possibility of a reshuffle in the Union Council of Ministers. Party spokesperson Pawan Khera also asked why those governors, against whom there have been allegations of playing with the Constitution, were not removed.
When asked about the possible reshuffle in the Union Council of Ministers, Pawan Khera told reporters that it is the prerogative of the Prime Minister. But if there is any kind of reshuffle in the Modi government, then no such person is replaced against whom there is a complaint. Such a person is given a reward. Khera claimed that in the eyes of the Prime Minister, to get a high rank in the cabinet, the only qualification should be how many ministers tweet against Rahul Gandhi on Twitter. The promotion of the minister is based on this. What he is doing for the country and his department does not matter. Kheda questioned that where the criteria are there, what will be the benefit to the country?
Questions raised on change of governor
Regarding the change of governors of many states and the appointment of new governors, the Congress spokesperson said whether any governor has been removed against whom there are serious allegations of playing with the constitution? Be it the Governor of West Bengal or the Governor of Rajasthan or the Administrator of Lakshadweep, have they been changed?
Appointment of governors in eight states
In fact, Union Minister Thaawarchand Gehlot was on Tuesday appointed as the new Governor of Karnataka and Mangubhai Chhaganbhai Patel as the new Governor of Madhya Pradesh. According to the release quoting the President’s Press Secretary, governors have been appointed or reshuffled in eight states. These appointments and changes have been made at a time when there is a possibility of a reshuffle in the Union Council of Ministers.