- Will Pashupati Kumar Paras’ wish come true?
- Will Paras Modi become a minister in cabinet expansion?
- Has Paras’ name been decided?
- Speculation intensifies after Amit Shah’s conversation with Paras
Recently, Pashupati Kumar Paras, brother of Ram Vilas Paswan was seen at a clothes shop in Patna. It was found that they are getting bundi and kurta sewn at wholesale price. Sources are telling that he has also received a call from Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday. In such a situation, the discussion of his becoming a minister in the Modi cabinet has gained momentum.
Paras will become a minister in Modi cabinet!
Ram Vilas Paswan’s brother and LJP MP Pashupati Kumar Paras, who formed a separate faction after rebelling from the lamp, has come to Delhi after the call of Home Minister Amit Shah in the midst of the discussion of cabinet expansion of the Modi government at the Center. It is believed that Paras can become a minister in the Modi cabinet. According to sources, Chirag has not received any phone call so far regarding making him a minister.
Paras said- Shah called to pay tribute to Ram Vilas
Paras confirmed about talking to Union Home Minister Amit Shah but also said that he did not have any political discussion with Amit Shah. According to him, Amit Shah called on the birth anniversary of Ram Vilas Paswan and paid tribute to him.
RCP Singh leaves for Delhi
Amidst the discussion of Modi cabinet expansion, JDU’s national president and Nitish’s special friend RCP Singh has left for Delhi. Now know what is the purpose of going there, but it is discussed that he has gone to Delhi to find an answer to a big Yaksha question. Because the road is not as easy as is being predicted. To understand, you have to see the equation of Nitish Kumar.
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Sources reveal that this time Nitish wants five of his ministers at the centre. Because JDU-BJP had contested on equal number of seats in Lok Sabha and Vidhan Sabha. In such a situation, Nitish’s wish is also in the same way. Talking about the five names, among them are RCP Singh, Rajiv Ranjan alias Lalan Singh, Santosh Kushwaha, Ramnath Thakur and Chandreshwar Chandravanshi.
Will Modi accept Nitish’s demand of five ministers?
Is this also the biggest question? Is Modi ready for Nitish’s demand of five ministers? According to sources, Nitish can be offered two ministerial posts this time. Now in such a situation, it will be left to Nitish to decide who will be those two names from JDU?
Nitish can take a shocking decision?
Although this is only a calculation, but if the Surat is visible according to the sources, then it is very difficult for Nitish. Because he would not want that after coming at number three, he would take the displeasure of any caste. Nitish is also on the target of opponents for establishing the Kurmi-Kori equation in the organization. In such a situation, Nitish would not like anyone to feel bad. It is possible that Nitish will again tell the two ministers only a symbolic stake.
In 2019, JDU refused to join the cabinet
Janata Dal United had refused to join the BJP government, which won a landslide victory in 303 seats in 2019. Then the national president of JDU was Nitish Kumar and he refused to join the cabinet at the last minute, angry over the appointment of a minister in Narendra Modi’s cabinet. Let us tell you that then there were speculations that in the Modi cabinet, Rajya Sabha MP Ramchandra Prasad Singh (RCP Singh) from JDU and MP Rajiv Ranjan alias Lalan Singh may get a place in the Union Cabinet. But then Nitish Kumar took this decision after getting annoyed by being offered only one seat in the cabinet.
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Nitish had said that symbolic share is not needed
In fact, in the Lok Sabha elections 2019, out of 40 seats in Bihar, 34 seats were contested by BJP and Janata Dal United on 17 seats each. The candidates of Ram Vilas Paswan’s party Lok Janshakti stood in the remaining 6 seats. For this reason Nitish Kumar was expecting a higher share in Narendra Modi’s cabinet at the Centre. Because the Lok Janshakti Party, which fought on 6 seats, was also given a place in the Union Cabinet. Then Ram Vilas Paswan joined the Narendra Modi cabinet. Bihar Chief Minister and JDU National President Nitish Kumar wanted at least three MPs from his party to get a place in the Union Cabinet. But this could not happen.