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The Rajasthan Cabinet is expected to expand on December 28.

  • Posted on December 27, 2023
  • Politics
  • By TSW NEWS DESK
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The delay in Rajasthan's cabinet expansion continues as PM Modi's upcoming event is postponed. Ashok Gehlot criticizes the BJP for the delay, emphasizing its impact on governance. Meanwhile, CM Bhajan Lal Sharma assures the continuation of previous welfare schemes despite Congress' allegations.

The Rajasthan Cabinet is expected to expand on December 28. Image Source -www.indiatoday.in

The long-awaited expansion of the Rajasthan Cabinet seems to be on the horizon, with December 28 emerging as a potential date for the much-anticipated event. However, recent developments have cast uncertainty on this scheduled expansion.

Prime Minister Modi's forthcoming commitment on Wednesday has thrown a veil of doubt over the December 28 plans. He is set to engage in a significant program, interacting with beneficiaries of the Vikas Bharat Sankalp Yatra through a video conferencing session starting at 12:30 pm. Notably, this event is expected to involve the participation of Union Ministers, MPs, MLAs, and local-level representatives.

Consequently, the likelihood of the Rajasthan Cabinet's expansion occurring on Wednesday appears bleak. The initial expectations for December 28 now face potential postponement or delay due to the Prime Minister's crucial engagement.

Amidst these uncertainties, former Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has expressed discontentment with the BJP-led state government's sluggishness in forming the cabinet. Gehlot's remarks emphasized the growing disillusionment among the populace, attributing it to the delay in cabinet formation. He stresses the necessity for swift action to prevent a standstill in governance.

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In a parallel narrative, Chief Minister Bhajan Lal Sharma has assured the continuity of welfare schemes initiated by the previous Congress government. At an event commemorating Good Governance Day on the birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Sharma debunked allegations by the Congress party. He asserted that none of the ongoing schemes would face discontinuation under the BJP-led administration. He specifically highlighted the continuation of free medicines at government hospitals and hinted at an increase in the availability of essential drugs.

The delay in the Rajasthan Cabinet expansion has sparked a political discourse, raising concerns about governance effectiveness and administrative stability. While the state eagerly awaits cabinet expansion, the looming uncertainty surrounding the designated date adds to the intrigue and apprehension within political circles and among the populace.

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