Bhupendra Yadav Given Charge Of Ministry Of Labour And Employment

BJP’s Bhupendra Yadav has been given the charge of the Ministry of Labour and Employment in the reshuffle of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Council of Ministers that underwent a reboot today. The 51-year-old second-term Rajya Sabha MP took the oath as Cabinet Ministry on Wednesday.

Yadav was appointed as National Secretary of Bhartiya Janata Party in 2010 by Nitin Gadkari, the then national party President. On 4 April 2012, he was elected as a Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha. He was the war room strategist behind securing convincing victories for his party in the assembly elections of Rajasthan (2013), Gujarat (2017), Jharkhand (2014) and Uttar Pradesh (2017). He was also BJP’s in-charge for the 2020 Bihar Legislative Assembly elections.

Meetings of Cabinet Ministers and Council of Ministers to be held tomorrow at 5 pm and 7 pm respectively, There are 53 union ministries. However, these ministries will be handled only by 30 cabinet Ministers and 2 MoS with independent charge. This is being done to bring in synergies between ministries that have similar or overlapping domains. 

The Modi 2.0 Cabinet saw the induction of Jyotiraditya Scindia, Anupriya Patel and Ajay Bhatt as Union ministers. The Cabinet reshuffle also witnessed the induction of 13 lawyers, 6 doctors, 7 former civil servants and 5 engineers into the Council.

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