Cabinet expansion: Western Up is disappointed, Jat and Gurjar congregations are not favored despite the excitement of the farmers

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Meerut

Published by: Dimple Sirohi
Updated Thursday, July 08, 2021 1:18 AM IST

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One of the MPs from Kairana Pradeep Chaudhary and Rajya Sabha MP Surendra Nagar should be appointed ministers to oversee the influential Gurjar brotherhood in the western UP. This brotherhood was also disappointed.

Union Minister Dr. Sanjeev Balyan
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When the Modi cabinet was expanded after two years, the Western UP’s pocket remained empty. The peasant movement and the caste equations, which made the government uncomfortable, also had no effect. In the expansion, seven ministers were formed from the UP, but the western UP remained vacant.Those who want to raise their standing in the cabinet and become ministers on the basis of caste equations have suffered a major setback. The BJP has organizationally divided the state into six parts. In the western region there are 14 districts of the divisions Meerut, Saharanpu and Moradabad. Nobody from these districts will be represented at the cabinet expansion on Wednesday.

Farmers have been under siege of Delhi for seven months because of three agricultural laws. The farmers from Western UP are more active. Dr. Sanjeev Balyan, Minister of State of the Center, has spoken out strongly in favor of the agricultural laws. In many places they also protested.

It was believed that Dr. Balian’s height could be increased ahead of the 2022 general election. Baghpat’s MP, Dr. Satyapal Singh, who was Minister of State in the previous government, was one of the candidates for the ministerial post. It was believed in political circles that Jats could be courted by the stature of Dr. Balyan increased and Dr. Singh would join the cabinet. One of the MPs from Kairana Pradeep Chaudhary and Rajya Sabha MP Surendra Nagar should be appointed ministers to oversee the influential Gurjar brotherhood in the western UP. This brotherhood was also disappointed.

In addition, the people of Meerut were disappointed because Rajendra Agarwal, the third MP from Meerut-Hapur, was not accepted. Agarwal is one of those who have both seniority and sangh. He was elected MP for three consecutive terms.

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When the Modi cabinet was expanded after two years, the Western UP’s pocket remained empty. The peasant movement and the caste equations, which made the government uncomfortable, also had no effect. In the enlargement, seven ministers were formed from the UP, but the western UP remained vacant.

Those who want to raise their standing in the cabinet and become ministers on the basis of caste equations have suffered a major setback. The BJP has organizationally divided the state into six parts. In the western region there are 14 districts of the divisions Meerut, Saharanpu and Moradabad. Nobody from these districts will be represented at the cabinet expansion on Wednesday.

Farmers have been under siege of Delhi for seven months because of three agricultural laws. The farmers from Western UP are more active. Dr. Sanjeev Balyan, Minister of State of the Center, has spoken out strongly in favor of the agricultural laws. In many places they also protested.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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