PM Modi to announce major rejig in cabinet ahead of UP Polls 2017

New Delhi: Following BJP’s victory in the Assembly Polls in Assam, Prime Minister Narendra Modi now has Uttar Pradesh on his list. Assembly Elections in UP are due in 2017 and this time BJP will leave no stone unturned to achieve victory in these polls.

As per reports, PM Modi is all set to announce a reshuffle in his cabinet with the coming up of the UP Polls 2017. Fresh faces from the state are likely to get nominated whereas the weak performers will be shown the exit doors.

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Also, BJP chief Amit Shah is all set to induct some new faces in the organization. Reports are that Shah might get new vice-presidents and general secretaries in the party.

As per reports of a leading daily, Health Minister JP Nadda, Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar and Minister of State in Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Giriraj Singh are likely to be dropped out of PM Modi’s cabinet. PMO is reportedly not satisfied with the performance of all three ministers.

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PM Narendra Modi-led BJP which came to power at the centre in 2014 will complete two years of office next week.