Defeat in Lok Sabha…now expansion of state cabinet for damage control

In the Lok Sabha elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party suffered the most losses in Maharashtra. After Ajit Pawar’s NCP and Eknath Shinde’s Shiv Sena, Raj Thackeray’s MNS did not form a grand alliance. Now the leaders will have to bear the brunt of the defeat. Responsibility for the defeat will be fixed in the state. Leaders who are not able to influence their areas are likely to be disappointed. There is a possibility of cabinet expansion in the state after the NDA comes to power at the Center. The cabinet of the state will be expanded in view of the upcoming assembly elections.

Cabinet expansion for damage control

After the BJP’s defeat in the Lok Sabha elections in the state, damage control will be done by expanding the cabinet. There is a possibility of cabinet expansion in the state soon. There is a possibility of cabinet expansion in the state after BJP comes to power at the Centre. For that, BJP is holding a meeting today. In the internal meeting of BJP, the reasons for the defeat will be explored and cabinet expansion will be discussed.

Many names are being discussed but…

The cabinet has been expanded thrice since Chief Minister Eknath Shinde took oath. But the cabinet was expanded only to give a chance to ministers from Ajit Pawar’s NCP faction. At that time, many Shiv Sena contenders did not get ministerial posts. The names of Sanjay Shirsat, Bacchu Kadu, Bharat Gogavale, Anil Babar, Yogesh Kadam were in the news. But still they did not get a chance. Now for the last six months, the focus of all the MLAs is on who gets a chance to become a minister from BJP, Shiv Sena and NCP.

Ajit Pawar faction will think

Ajit Pawar faction will consider the defeat in Baramati. A meeting is likely to be held in two days in this regard. A report will be given to Ajit Pawar in two days regarding the defeat in Baramati. There is no polling agent of Sharad Pawar faction at some booths and how the voting was more there will be considered.


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