As speculations rife over possible reshuffle in the Union Cabinet, Prime Minister Narendra Modi met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP President JP Nadda on Friday evening.
According to a PTI report there has been no official confirmation on these deliberations, however, the Prime Minister has been meeting Union Ministers in different batches in the presence of JP Nadda.
Meanwhile, Union Minister Amit Shah on Thursday met BJP’s allies from Uttar Pradesh.
Notably, there has been no reshuffle in the Modi cabinet since the formation of its second term in May 2019.
Furthers, reports mentioned that JP had also held a meeting with the party general secretaries to discuss and assess NDA’s and BJP’s performance in the recent assembly polls.
The meetings are being held ahead of the assembly polls in atleast five states including Uttar Pradesh early next year.