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Jitin Prasad may be a part of Yogi Adityanath cabinet, blueprint made to cultivate Brahmins

Former Union Minister Jitin Prasada, who joined BJP after breaking ties with Congress, may be a part of UP government. This discussion has intensified in Delhi between CM Yogi’s meetings with PM Modi, JP Nadda and Amit Shah. Actually, seats of 6 members of the Legislative Council are becoming vacant in UP in July. Sources say that he may be sent to the House and Yogi may be a part of the cabinet. These speculations are also intensified because after his joining BJP, big leaders like Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh and Yogi Adityanath had tweeted saying that this would benefit the party in UP.

Apart from this, even during his joining the party, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal had counted Jitin Prasad’s contribution in the politics of Uttar Pradesh. Political analysts say that the Yogi Adityanath government has been accused of neglecting Brahmins. In such a situation, through a Brahmin leader like Jitin Prasada, the party can try to cultivate this forward fraternity. The speculation about Jitin Prasad’s entry into the Yogi government has also intensified due to a picture which he himself has tweeted.

Jitin Prasad had met CM Yogi Adityanath, who arrived in Delhi on Thursday for brainstorming. He also shared its picture on Twitter. In Delhi, this meeting with Jitin Prasada is going to intensify the speculations amidst the meetings of CM Yogi with Amit Shah, PM Modi and JP Nadda. After meeting CM Yogi, Jitin Prasad tweeted, ‘Today during my stay in Delhi, the Chief Minister of my home state, Mr. First courtesy meeting with Yogi Aditya Nath ji after joining BJP family.

AK Sharma can also get a place in Yogi government

Apart from Jitin Prasad, former IAS and recently MLC AK Sharma can also get entry in Yogi government. However, in the past, there were speculations about making him the Deputy CM. Arvind Kumar Sharma is a native of Uttar Pradesh but an IAS of Gujarat cadre. During the job, for about twenty years, he was counted among the trusted officers of Narendra Modi. He stayed with them from Gujarat to Delhi. In January this year, he was given VRS and sent to the Legislative Council of UP, since then discussions are going on about his role.

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